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ILLINOIS ANNUAL 
REPORT 

FISCAL YEAR 1975 

JULY 1, 1974 — JUNE 30, 1975 










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ILLINOIS ANNUAL 
REPORT 

FISCAL YEAR 1975 

JULY 1, 1974 — JUNE 30, 1975 




GEORGE W. LINDBERG 
COMPTROLLER 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Page 



iii 



The State* s Fiscal System v 

STATISTICAL TABLES: 

I. Fund Transactions 2 

I-A. Statement of Inter- Fund Transfers 5 

II. Treasury Receipts 7 

III. Appropriated and Non-Appropriated Funds - Summary of Expenditures 

by Fund Group and Fund 19 

IV. Appropriated and Non-Appropriated Funds - Summary of Expenditures 

by Agency and Fund 27 

V. Appropriated and Non-Appropriated Funds - Detailed Appropriations, 
Expenditures, and Amounts Lapsed 

Legislative Agencies 48 

Judicial Agencies 59 

Constitutional Elected Officers 

Governor 67 

Lieutenant Governor 68 

Attorney General 69 

Secretary of State 70 

Comptroller 76 

Treasurer 86 

Superintendent of Public Instruction (Board of Education) 90 

Departments 

Aging 103 

Agriculture 104 

Business and Economic Development 112 

Children and Family Services 116 

Conservation 129 

Corrections 137 

Finance 158 

Financial Institutions 161 

General Services 162 

Insurance 167 

Labor 169 

Law Enforcement 174 

Local Government Affairs 179 

Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities 184 

Military and Naval 209 

Mines and Minerals 211 

Personnel 212 

Public Aid 219 

Public Health 222 

Registration and Education 227 

Revenue 231 

Transportation , 235 

Other Agencies 

Arts Council 256 

Banks and Trust Companies, Commissioner of 257 

Bureau of the Budget 257 

Capital Development Board 261 

Civil Defense Agency 280 

Civil Service Commission 281 

Commerce Commission 282 

Comprehensive Health Planning Agency 283 

Court of Claims 284 

Dangerous Drugs Commission 285 

Environmental Protection Agency 286 

Fair Employment Practices Commission 291 

Fire Protection Personnel Standards and Education Commission.. 291 

Governors Office of Manpower 292 

Governors Traffic Safety Coordinating Committee 292 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Historical Library 296 

Human Relations, Commission on 298 

Human Resources , Office of 298 

Illinois Building Authority 300 

Illinois Energy Coordinator, Office of the 300 

Illinois Energy Resources Commission 299 

Illinois Housing Development Authority 301 

Illinois Law Enforcement Commission 301 

Illinois Municipal Retirement System 307 

Illinois State Board of Investments 307 

Illinois State Toll Highway Authority 308 

Industrial Commission 308 

Institute for Environmental Quality 309 

Liquor Control Commission 311 

Local Government Law Enforcement Officers Training Board 312 

Medical Center Commission 313 

Mental Health Planning Board 313 

Metropolitan Fair and Exposition Authority 314 

Pollution Control Board 314 

Racing Board 314 

Savings and Loan Association, Commissioner of 316 

State Appellate Defender 316 

State Board of Education 317 

State Board of Elections 317 

State Employees Retirement System 318 

State Fair Agency 319 

St. Louis Metropolitan Area Airport Authority 322 

Teachers Retirement System 323 

Teachers Pension and Retirement System - Chicago 324 

Veterans Commission 324 

Vocational Education 326 

Vocational Rehabilitation 330 

Higher Education 

Board of Higher Education 335 

Board of Governors 

Central Office 337 

Chicago State University 338 

Eastern Illinois University 340 

Governors State University 342 

Northeastern Illinois University 344 

Western Illinois University 346 

Board of Regents 

Central Office 349 

Illinois State University 350 

Northern Illinois University 353 

Sangamon State University 355 

Southern Illinois University 357 

University of Illinois 360 

Illinois Community College Board 364 

Scholarship Commission 366 

Universities Retirement System 367 

Universities Civil Service Merit Board 368 

Appropriated Funds - Summary of Expenditures for Operations 

by Object and Fund 369 

Appropriated and Non-Appropriated Funds - Summary of Expenditures 

by Category and Fund 385 

Appropriated and Non-Appropriated Funds - Summary of Expenditures 

by Function and Fund 397 



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THE STATE'S FISCAL SYSTEM 

A brief review of the State's fiscal organization and procedures is presented to 
facilitate understanding of this report and related records. The fund structure, the 
characteristics of budgetary receipts, the appropriation concept of legislative con- 
trol and the meaning of various terms applied to fund balances are discussed in the 
following paragraphs. 

THE FUND STRUCTURE 

Funds are established jointly by the Comptroller and the State Treasurer pursuant 
to statutory direction or authorization. A fund is a segregation of cash and serves 
as a device to assist in maintaining control of the State's fiscal affairs. 

The major portion of the State's tax revenue is deposited in the General Revenue 
Fund and is available to meet the general obligations of the State. The General 
Assembly may, however, require that the money received from a specific source cf rev- 
enue be placed in a special fund and spent only for certain designated purposes. 

Funds are classified in this report according to major purposes and sources. The 
General Revenue Fund supports all appropriations not specifically drawn against other 
funds. The Common School Fund is financed by revenue from sales taxes, bingo tax and 
by transfers from the General Revenue and Federal Fiscal Assistance Funds. These three 
funds are combined into a "General Funds" classification. The magnitude and importance 
of transactions from the highway funds justifies their inclusion as a distinct group. 

Other groups of funds distinguished by their purpose or source of revenue are the 
university income funds, special State funds, bond financed funds, the debt service 
funds, Federal trust funds, State trust funds, revolving funds, and non-appropriated 
State and Federal trust funds. 

Federal trust funds are generally reserved accounts of grants from the Federal 
Government, to be held by the State Treasurer in trust for specifically restricted 
purposes. The programs financed by these funds may or may not be appropriated and 
are segregated in this report as appropriated or non- appropriated. 

Revolving funds are supported by expenditures from other funds, but are approp- 
riated to give the administering agency the necessary spending authority from these 
revolving funds. 

THE FLOW OF CASH RECEIPTS 

Revenues must, with the exception of certain receipts, be deposited with the State 
Treasurer in accordance with statutory provisions. The revenues (other than currency) 
collected by State agencies are deposited in the Treasurer's "clearing account" for 
transmittal through banking channels. After the Treasurer receives credit from a de- 
pository bank, he issues a draft to the collection agency for the amount of the agen- 
cy's deposit, less any checks returned. This process usually consumes about five days. 
The collecting agency then requests the Comptroller to order the Treasurer to receive 
the amount of the draft, specifying the fund to be charged with the receipt, and the 
source of the revenue. The Comptroller and the Treasurer prepare an analysis of the 
sources of fund receipts. 

TRANSFERS BETWEEN FUND BALANCES 

Cash collections deposited with the Treasurer and any amounts transferred from 
other funds constitute resources available in an individual fund. Transfers are dir- 
ected by the Comptroller, pursuant to requests specifically authorized by statute or 
in accordance with the general legislation delegating authority to an elected offic- 
ial. Inter-fund transfers in fiscal year 1975 are classified as routine or non-routine; 
the net amounts thereof are reflected in the first statistical table. The statements 
following Table I present the amounts of individual transfers, accompanied by a brief 
comment on distinguishing characteristics. 

Periodic (routine) transfers are the partial or sole support of some spending 
funds. Budgetary receipts into a fund reflect both routine transfers into the fund 
and routine transfers to other funds. Transfers are accomplished, usually, by the 
Comptroller and the State Treasurer through entries in the fund accounts. For example, 
cash receipts from the Motor Fuel Tax are cleared into the Motor Fuel Tax-State Fund 
(a collection fund), and subsequently transferred into the distributive Motor Fuel Tax- 



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Counties, Municipalities, and Townships Funds, the Road Fund, the Grade Crossing Pro- 
tection Fund and the State Boating Act Fund. Receipts of Federal aid for public aid 
are deposited in the Public Aid Trust Fund; amounts are transferred to the General 
Revenue Fund as reimbursement for expenditure from State sources of revenue. 

The "Appropriated Funds" grouping in Table I of this report includes a few which, 
even though not appropriated, do provide support to activities financed by appropri- 
ated funds. Transfers between appropriated funds do not add, in themselves, to budgetary 
resources. Transfers from the non-appropriated funds to appropriated funds do increase 
the resources available to finance the State's programs. State funds - the General 
Funds group and special funds, including the highway group - are supported by revenue 
from State tax sources, with the following major exceptions. The General Revenue Fund 
is reimbursed for public assistance programs by transfers of Federal aid from the Public 
Aid Trust Fund, as mentioned above, plus minor amounts of Federal aid received directly. 
The Road Fund receives Federal aid for highway construction in the form of reimbursement 
paid directly into that fund. The Game and Fish Fund and the Highway Safety Fund also 
receive Federal aid directly. 

CONTROL OF EXPENDITURES 

Expenditures from funds are primarily controlled by Constitutional and statutory 
provisions requiring authorization in the form of legislative appropriations. Prior 
to fiscal year 1970, appropriations were made on a biennial basis, and the time period 
for which appropriations were available extended, unless specifically restricted, from 
the effective date of the appropriations act through September 30 of the next odd 
numbered year. 

Effective in fiscal year 1970, the State Finance Act was amended to read "All 
appropriations shall be available for expenditure for the fiscal year or for lesser 
period if the Act making that appropriation so specifies. Deficiency or emergency 
appropriation shall be available for expenditure only through June 30 of the year when 
the Act making that appropriation is enacted unless the Act otherwise provides. Out- 
standing liabilities as of June 30, payable from appropriations which have otherwise 
expired, may be paid out of the expiring appropriations during the three-month period 
ending at the close of business on September 30 "termed the lapse period". At the end 
of the three-month lapse period, the unexpended balance of the appropriation is lapsed. 
The unexpended amounts required to complete construction projects under way at June 30 
are usually reappropriated. 

Legislative appropriations restricting expenditures are given some flexibility 
through statutory provisions permitting discretionary transfers from one appropriation 
to another for the same agency. 

NET WARRANTS ISSUED 

In 1972 the State Comptroller Act was enacted and reads in part, "If a warrant 
drawn upon the State Treasury or any other fund held by the treasurer is returned 
uncashed or redeposited by the comptroller or if a warrant has been cashed but 
the amount for which it was drawn is returned to the State treasury or to a separate 
fund held by the State Treasurer by reason of an erroneous payment or an overpayment, 
and the appropriation to which the warrant was charged has not lapsed, the amount of 
such warrant or the amount so returned, as the case may be, shall be credited to such 
appropriation and shall be available for expenditure, but if the appropriation to which 
the warrant was charged has lapsed or if the warrant was not charged to an appropriation, 
the amount of such warrant or the amount so returned, as the case may be, shall be cred- 
ited to the fund on which the warrant was drawn and credited to the expenditure author- 
ization to which the warrant was charged and shall be available for expenditure unless 
such credit or availability is otherwise prohibited by law". 

FUND BALANCES AND THE BUDGETARY BALANCE 



Fund balances are differentiated as cash balances, available balances, and budge- 
tary balances. The available balance at a given date equals the cash balance minus any 
warrants outstanding at that time. The Budgetary balance of a fund at the close of a 
fiscal year is the available balance less payments made during the ensuing three months 
(the lapse period) of obligations outstanding as of June 30. 



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STATISTI CAL TABLES 



FUND TRANSACTIONS - FISCAL YEAR 1975 



All Treasury funds are listed in this comprehensive table. 

The funds listed under the caption "Appropriated Funds" 
comprise all those having appropriations in fiscal year 1975 
and the Federal Fiscal Assistance Fund which supports spending 
from the Common School Fund. 

The amounts captioned "Budgetary Receipts" refer to "Approp- 
riated Funds" and reflect routine transfers. The Budgetary 
balance at June 30, 1974 plus such budgetary receipts after 
non-routine transfers and prior year adjustments, constitute the 
total resources available for expenditure in fiscal year 1975 
including the "lapse period 1 , JuTy 1 to September 30, 1975. The 
total resources, as reduced by warrants issued in the twelve 
months of fiscal year 1975 and the warrants issued in the lapse 
period to pay fiscal 1975 obligations, equal the budgetary bal- 
ance to begin the succeeding fiscal year. The budgetary balance 
in several funds is negative to the extent that warrants issued 
in the lapse period are in excess of the available balance at 
June 30, 1975. The deficiencies in the budgetary balance are 
compensated by transfers or cash receipts during the lapse period, 

Inter-fund transfers serve diverse purposes. Routine transfers 
are effected to finance monthly expenditures through distributive 
funds, to release protested collections, and to accumulate reser- 
ves for annual debt service charges. Routine and non-routine 
transfers are listed separately in Table I-A. 



"Prior Year Adjustments" have been set out in separate col- 
umns and may be considered to arrive at net cash or net warrants 
issued during the fiscal year or as adjustments to the beginning 
budgetary balance. 



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Aged Prograi 
Aircraft Med 
Alcoholism. 
Appellate Co 
BEDCompre 

DUC D..KI. 



77.531 

1 .058 

18.000 

24.312 



17.367 
18.365 



10.770 

1 ,058 

633 

5.947 



10.770 

1.058 

616 

5.469 



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478 



STATEMENT OF INTER-FUND TRANSFERS 
FISCAL YEAR 1975 



ROUTINE TRANSFERS 



AMOUNT 



FROM 



General Revenue Fund $ 

General Revenue Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

Common School Fund 
Common School Fund 

Downstate Public Transportation Fund 

Local Government Distributive Fund 

Public Transportation Fund 

State Lottery Fund 

Anti-Pollution B.I. & R. Fund 

Capital Development B.R. & I. Fund 

Public Welfare Building B.R. & I. Fund 

School Construction B.R. & I. Fund 

Transportation Bond 
Series A R. & I. Fund 

Transportation Bond 
Series BR. & I. Fund 

Universities Building B.R. & I. Fund 

Road Fund 
Road Fund 
Road Fund 

Motor Fuel Tax-Municipalities Fund 

Motor Fuel Tax-Counties Fund 

Motor Fuel Tax-Townships and 
Road Districts Fund 

Grade Crossing Protection Fund 

State Boating Act Fund 

Motor Fuel Tax-State Fund 

Municipal R.O.T. Fund 

County R.O.T. Fund 

Special Purpose Trust Fund 



790,907,425 

54,461,336 

12,671,989 

7,881,740 

2,536,395 

2,241,623 

1,060,475 

51,998 

13,550 

642,963,840 
222,993,780 

8,325,030 

119,250,078 

82,469,978 
2,000,000 
4,560,424 

26,828,000 
8,349,583 
3,318,000 

12,972,828 

11,832,496 

10,765,958 

154,424,070 

3,206 

1,200,000 

101,694,402 

73,858,421 

33,554,538 

2,400,000 

2,016,000 

5,572 

384,059 

11,388 

13,120,221 



Public Aid Trust Fund 

State Lottery Fund 

Municipal R.O.T. Fund 

Warrants Escheated Fund 

Public Assistance Recoveries Fund 

Protest Fund 

County R.O.T. Fund 

Illinois Tourism Promotion Fund 

Safety Responsibility Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

Federal Fiscal Assistance Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

Road Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

General Revenue Fund 

Motor Fuel Tax-State Fund 
Protest Fund 
Right-of-Way Trust Fund 

Motor Fuel Tax-State Fund 

Motor Fuel Tax-State Fund 

Motor Fuel Tax-State Fund 

Motor Fuel Tax-State Fund 

Motor Fuel Tax-State Fund 

Protest Fund 

Protest Fund 

Protest Fund 

Public Aid Trust Fund 



TO 



TABLE I-A (Concluded) 



STATEMENT OF INTER-FUND TRANSFERS 
FISCAL YEAR 1975 



NON-ROUTINE TRANSFERS 



General Revenue Fund 
General Revenue Fund 

General Revenue Fund 
General Revenue Fund 
General Revenue Fund 

General Revenue Fund 
General Revenue Fund 



$ 14,500,000 
15,000,000 

7,464,157 
1,500,000 
1,187,650 

500,000 
76,071 



Agricultural Premium Fund 
Metropolitan Fair and Exposition 

Authority Reconstruction Fund 
Road Fund 

Illinois Fund for Illinois Colts 
Metropolitan Exposition Auditorium 

and Office Building Fund 
Fire Prevention Fund 
Federal Old Age Survivors 

Insurance Fund 



Agricultural Premium Fund 1,000,000 

Local Fire Protection Personnel Fund 577,292 



Fair and Exposition Fund 
General Revenue Fund 



Local Governmental Law Enforcement 
Officers Fund 



Federal Vocational Rehabilitation Fund 



2,758,900 
304,283 



General Revenue Fund 



Federal Old Age Survivors 
Insurance Fund 



Routine transfers are repetitive transactions that are usually effected at regular 
intervals. Most of these serial transfers are authorized in general or specific terms, 
by the statutes. Monthly transfers to the Motor Fuel Tax distributive funds are an 
example of such transactions. Non-Routine transfers may be discretionary or mandatory, 
as provided by the statutes. 



TREASURY RECEIPTS INTO APPROPRIATED FUNDS 



FISCAL YEAR 1975 



The sources of receipts into appropriated (budgeted) 
funds are set forth in this table. 

Both direct receipts of cash and transfers from non- 
appropriated State and Federal trust funds are explicitly 
stated in this table. For example, transfers to the 
General Revenue Fund from the Public Aid Trust Fund are 
specified; amounts released from the Protest Fund are com- 
bined with cash receipts of the respective taxes. Such 
transfers from non-appropriated State and Federal trust 
funds increase the aggregate of receipts into appropriated 
(budgeted) funds. 



Transfers between appropriated (budgeted) funds are 
not reflected in this table. Receipts into the Common School 
Fund, the Downstate Public Transportation Fund, the Local 
Government Distributive Fund, the Public Transportation 
Fund, and the Bond Interest and Retirement Funds, as stated 
in this table, exclude inter- fund transfers, which are 
specified in Table I-A. Total receipts into the Road and 
Motor Fuel Tax Funds are the amounts before transfers from 
the latter. Distributive funds wholly supported by transfers 
such as the Motor Fuel Tax local government funds are omitted 
from this table. 



TABLE II 

TREASURY RECEIPTS, FISCAL YEAR 1975 

APPROPRIATED FUNDS 

(All Amounts Rounded to Nearest Dollar) 



Fund Group and Fund 



Cash 
Receipts 



Transfers from 
Trust Funds* 



Treasury 
Receipts 



GENERAL FUNDS: 
STATE SOURCES: 

General Revenue Fund: 

Income Taxes (Gross) 1 $ 1,579,652,971 

Sales Taxes 2 1,112,110,778 

Other State Sources: 

Public Utility Taxes 241,480,282 

Cigarette Taxes^ 157,452,012 

Inheritance Tax (Gross) 1 76,248,309 

Investment Income 95,037,027 

Liquor Gallonage Taxes 77,905,028 

Insurance Tax and Fees 59,958,871 

Corporation Franchise Tax 

and Fees 25,624,813 

Miscellaneous Taxes, Fees 

and Department Earnings^ 84,972,293 

Total, Other State Sources. (818,678,635 ) 

Total, General Revenue Fund $ 3,510,442,384 

Common School Fund: 

Sales Taxes $ 369,541,904 

Bingo Gross Proceeds Tax 3,243,593 

Total, Common School Fund $ 372,785,497 

Federal Fiscal Assistance Fund: 

Investment Income? $ 6,319,268 

Total, State Sources $ 3,889,547,149 

FEDERAL SOURCES: 

General Revenue Fund : 
Public Aid Trust Fund: 

Administration" 

Grants 

Total 

Local Government Affairs $ 7,052 

Military and Naval 111,589 

Commerce Commission 20,027 

Illinois Energy Coordinator 138,620 

Scholarship Commission 3,695,753 

Total, General Revenue Fund $ 3,973,041 

Federal Fiscal Assistance Fund: 

Revenue Sharing $ 103,925,382 

Total, Federal Sources $ 107,898,423 

Total, General Funds7 $ 3,997,445,572 



$ 118,235 
1,740,577 



78,735 

304,076 

24,216,147 
(24,598,958 ) 

$ 26,457,770 



$ 26,457,770 



$ 1,579,771,206 
1,113,851,355 

241,480,282 
157,452,012 
76,248,309 
95,037,027 
77,905,028 
60,037,606 

25,928,889 

109,188,440 
(843,277,593 ) 

$ 3,536,900,154 



$ 369,541,904 
3,243,593 



372,785,497 



6,319,268 



$ 3,916,004,919 



$ 141,638,516 

649,268,909 

$ 790,907,425 



$ 790,907,425 



$ 790,907,425 



$ 141,638,516 

649,268,909 

$ 790,907,425 

7,052 

111,589 

20,027 

138,620 

3,695,753 

$ 794,880,466 

$ 103,925,382 
$ 898,805,848 



$ 817,365,195 



$ 4,814,810,767 



TABLE II (Continued) 

TREASURY RECEIPTS, FISCAL YEAR 1975 

APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 

(All Amounts Rounded to Nearest Dollar) 



Fund Group and Fund 



Cash 
Receipts 



Transfers from 
Trust Funds* 



Treasury 
Receipts 



HIGHWAY FUNDS: 
Road Fund: 

Motor Vehicle and Operator's 

Licenses $ 277,176,836 

State Police 2 , 495 , 44 1 

Licenses. Fees or Registrations.* 2,125,944 

Local Governmental Units 18,509,077 

Miscellaneous 307,515 

Right-of-Way Trust Fund 

Federal Aid 220,444,697 

Total, Road Fund $ 521,059,510 

Motor Fuel Tax-State Fund: 

Motor Fuel Tax (Gross) 1 $ 392.492.863 

Highway Safety Fund: 

Private Organizations or 

Individuals $ 15,644 

Federal Aid 4,065,205 

Total, Highway Safety Fund $ 4,080,849 

Total, Highway Funds $ 917,633,222 

UNIVERSITY INCOME FUNDS: 
Board of Governors: 

Chicago State $ 2,417,375 

Eastern Illinois 3,357,313 

Governors State 998,477 

Northeastern Illinois 3,878,142 

Western Illinois 5,393,289 

Total, Board of Governors (16,044,596) 

Board of Regents : 

Illinois State 6,793,964 

Northern Illinois 7,574,840 

Sangamon State 853,362 

Total, Board of Regents (15,222,166) 

Southern Illinois University 9,260,894 

University Income (U. of I.) 27,932,943 

Total, University Income Funds $ 68,460,599 



3,206 



1,200,000 
$ 1,203,206 
$ 5,572 



277,180,042 

2,495,^41 

2,125,944 

18,509,077 

307,515 

1,200,000 

220,444,697 

522,262,716 



392,498,435 



$ 15,644 
4,065,205 

$ 4,080,849 



$ 1,208,778 



918,842,000 



2,417,375 
3,357,313 
998,477 
3,878,142 
5,393,289 
(16,044,596) 



6,793,964 
7,574,840 
853,362 
(15,222,166) 

9,260,894 

27,932,943 



68,460,599 



OTHER SPECIAL STATE FUNDS: 
Aeronautics Fund: 

Licenses, Fees or Registrations. 



115,468 



115,468 



TABLE II (Continued) 

TREASURY RECEIPTS, FISCAL YEAR 1975 

APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 

(All Amounts Rounded to Nearest Dollar) 



Fund Group and Fund 



Cash 
Receipts 



Transfers from 
Trust Funds* 



Treasury 
Receipts 



Agricultural Premium Fund: 

Wagering Tax (Running and Harness) 

State Fair Operations 

Admission Tax 

Uncashed Pari-Mutual Tickets 

Licenses, Fees or Registrations... 
Private Organizations or 

Individuals 

Racetrack Security Police 

Fines, Penalities or Violations.. 

Miscellaneous 

Total, Agricultural Premium.... 

Drivers Education Fund: 

Operator ' s Licenses 

Fair and Exposition Fund: 

Wagering Tax (Running Races) 

Fire Prevention Fund: 

Fire Marshall Tax 



27,312,744 

1,058,816 

689,736 

350,813 

114,541 

102,463 

47,439 

20,352 

1,665 

(29,698,569) 



7,560,956 



3,620,881 



1,828,643 



27,312,744 

1,058,816 

689,736 

350,813 

114,541 

102,463 

47,439 

20,352 

1,665 

(29,698,569) 



7,560,956 



3,620,881 



1,828,643 



Game and Fish Fund: 

Licenses, Fees or Registrations... 
Firearms Owner Identification.... 
Fines, Penalities or Violations.. 

Miscellaneous 

Federal Aid 

Total, Game and Fish Fund 

Illinois Fund for Illinois Colts: 
Wagering Tax (Harness Races) 

Illinois Soldiers and Sailors Home Fund: 
Licenses, Fees or Registrations... 

Federal Aid 

Total, Soldiers and Sailors.... 

Illinois Veterans Rehabilitation Fund: 
Uncashed Pari-Mutuel Tickets 
(Running Races) 

Mental Health //50 Fund: 

Patient Payments 

Bingo Gross Proceeds Tax 

Reimbursement for Student Loans. . 
Private Organizations or 

Individuals 

Total, Mental Health 



4,530,171 

997,539 

97,928 

220,779 

1,487,853 

(7,334,270) 



2,110,198 



2,145,807 

577,181 

(2,722,988) 



298,305 



12,234,724 

3,243,593 

160,023 

105,598 
(15,743,938) 



Metropolitan Exposition Auditorium and Office Building Fund: 
Wagering Tax (Running Races) 1,810,441 



Metropolitan Fair and Exposition Authority Reconstruction Fund: 

Wagering Tax (Running Races) 15,953,424 

Cigarette Tax (lc) 13,091,256 

Total (29,044,680) 



4,530,171 

997,539 

97,928 

220,779 

1,487,853 

(7,334,270) 



2,110,198 



2,145,807 

577,181 

(2,722,988) 



298,305 



12,234,724 

3,243,593 

160,023 

105,598 
(15,743,938) 



1,810,441 



15,953,424 

13,091,256 

(29,044,680) 



TABLE II (Continued) 

TREASURY RECEIPTS, FISCAL YEAR 1975 

APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 

(All Amounts Rounded to Nearest Dollar) 



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Fund Group and Fund 



Cash 
Receipts 



Transfers from 
Trust Funds* 



Treasury 
Receipts 



Motor Vehicle Fund: 

Licenses, Fees or Registrations.. 1,432,051 

Fines, Penalities or Violations.. 181,200 

Miscellaneous 1,015 

Total, Motor Vehicle Fund (1,614,266) 

Public Transportation Fund: 

Motor Vehicle Licenses 15,524,709 

Public Utility Fund: 

Intra-State Gross Revenue Tax.... 3,860,452 

Licenses, Fees or Registrations.. 588,297 

Miscellaneous 22,511 

Total, Public Utility Fund (4,471,260) 

State Boating Act Fund: 

Licenses, Fees or Registrations.. 605,085 

Fines, Penalities or Violations.. 16,755 

Federal Aid 167,588 

Total, State Boating Act Fund.. (789,428) 

State Lottery Fund: 

Lottery Tickets 98,048,317 

Lottery Licenses 116,390 

Total, State Lottery Fund (98,164,707) 

State Parks Fund: 

Licenses, Fees or Registrations.. 818,642 

Rental Income 304, 169 

Illinois Michigan Canal 138,315 

Miscellaneous 62 , 893 

Total, State Parks Fund (1,324,019) 

State Pensions Fund: 

Unclaimed Assets 1,844,015 

U.S. Veterans Bureau Fund: 

Federal Aid 64 , 193 

Vehicle Recycling Fund: 

Licenses, Fees or Registrations.. 3,104,967 

Total, Other Special State Funds $ 228,790,901 

BOND FINANCED FUNDS: 
Anti-Pollution Fund: 

Bond Proceeds $ 50 , 000 , 350 

Grant Refund 567,100 

Total, Anti-Pollution Fund (50,567,450) 

Capital Development Fund: 

Bond Proceeds 50,000,350 

School Construction Fund: 

Bond Proceeds 30,000,210 



1,432,051 
181,200 
1,015 
(1,614,266) 



15,524,709 



3,860,452 
588,297 
22,511 
(4,471,260) 



605,085 

16,755 

167,588 

(789,428) 



98,048,317 

116,390 

(98,164,707) 



818,642 

304,169 

138,315 

62,893 

(1,324,019) 



1,844,015 



64,193 



3,104,967 



$ 228,790,901 



$ 50,000,350 

567,100 

(50,567,450) 



50,000,350 
30,000,210 



TABLE II (Continued) 

TREASURY RECEIPTS, FISCAL YEAR 1975 

APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 

(All Amounts Rounded to Nearest Dollar) 



Fund Group and Fund 


Cash 
Receipts 


Transfers from 
Trust Funds* 




Treasury 
Receipts 


Transportation Bond Series B Fund: 


20,007,756 






20,007,756 








Total, Bond Financed Funds 


. $ 150,575,766 




$ 


150,575,766 



DEBT SERVICE FUNDS: 

Anti-Pollution B.I. & R. Fund: 
Investment Income 



Capital Development B.R. & I. Fund: 
Investment Income 



$ 2,956,571 
5,947,764 



Public Welfare Building B.R. & I. Fund: 

Investment Income 101,771 

School Construction B.R. & I. Fund: 

Investment Income 2,620,479 



$ 2,956,571 

5,947,764 

101,771 

2,620,479 



Total, Debt Service Funds $ 11,626,585 



$ 11,626,585 



SPECIAL FEDERAL FUNDS: 

Agricultural Marketing Services: 

Federal Aid $ 



16,774 



16,774 



Alcoholism Treatment Program: 
Federal Aid 



429,487 



Bureau of the Budget Federal Labor Projects: 



Federal Aid. 



C. & F.S. Federal Projects: 

Federal Aid 

Miscellaneous , 

Total , 



10,804,062 



586,591 

18 

(586,609) 



10,804,062 



586,591 

18 

(586,609) 



C. & F.S. Manpower: 
Federal Aid 



CAMPS Manpower Planning Program: 
Federal Aid 



107,087 
118,275 



107,087 



118,275 



Child Welfare Services: 

Federal Aid 

Miscellaneous , 

Total 



Civil Defense Administrative: 

Federal Aid 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



Community Shelter Program: 
Federal Aid 



2,135,400 

4,216 

(2.139,616) 



978,252 

972 

(979,224) 



83,869 



2,135,400 

4,216 

(2,139,616) 



978,252 

972 

(979,224) 



83,869 



TABLE II (Continued) 

TREASURY RECEIPTS, FISCAL YEAR 1975 

APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 

(All Amounts Rounded to Nearest Dollar) 



13 



Fund Group and Fund 



Cash 
Receipts 



Transfers from 
Trust Funds* 



Treasury 
Receipts 



Criminal Justice Trust: 

Federal Aid 30,369,820 

Local Governmental Units 519,291 

Miscellaneous 2,439 

Total (30,891,550) 

Dangerous Drug Commission: 

Federal Aid 2,022,938 

Miscellaneous 18 

Total (2,022,956) 

Emergency Medical Service System: 

Federal Aid 1,417,131 

Miscellaneous 18 

Total (1,417,149) 

Environmental Protection: 

Federal Aid 3,570,280 

Miscellaneous 607 

Total (3,570,887) 

Federal Aid Disaster: 

Federal Aid 7,876,967 

Federal Airport: 

Federal Aid 11,422,334 

Federal Civil Defense: 

Federal Aid 337,969 

Federal Occupational Safety and Health: 

Federal Aid 1,356,841 

Federal Occupational Safety and Health Information: 
Federal Aid 355 , 370 

Federal School Lunch: 

Federal Aid 61,609,310 

Federal Student Incentive: 

Federal Aid 1,134,477 

Federal Swine Brucellosis Program: 

Federal Aid 11,103 

G I Education: 

Federal Aid 338,417 

Miscellaneous , 29 

Total (338,446) 

Hospital Construction: 

Federal Aid 6,257,025 

Illinois Family Planning: 

Federal Aid 9,335 

Maintenance and Calibration: 

Federal Aid 88,088 



30,369,820 
519,291 
2,439 
(30,891,550) 



2,022,938 

18 

(2,022,956) 



1,417,131 
18 
(1,417,149) 



3,570,280 

607 

(3,570,887) 



7,876,967 



11,422,334 



337,969 



1,356,841 



355,370 



61,609,310 



1,134,477 



11,103 



338,417 

29 

(338,446) 



6,257,025 



9,335 



88,088 



TABLE II (Continued) 

TREASURY RECEIPTS, FISCAL YEAR 1975 

APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 

(All Amounts Rounded to Nearest Dollar) 



Fund Group and Fund 



Cash 
Receipts 



Transfers from 
Trust Funds* 



Treasury 
Receipts 



Maternal and Child Health Services: 

Federal Aid 9 , 707 , 199 

Miscellaneous 59 

Total (9,707,258) 

Medicare Program: 

Federal Aid 447,515 

Miscellaneous 112 

Total (447,627) 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act: 

Federal Aid 1,360,326 

Miscellaneous 396 

Total ( 1 , 360 , 722) 

Model Cities Project: 

Federal Aid 361 

Miscellaneous 23 

Total (384) 

00E Elementary and Secondary Education Act: 

Federal Aid 124,087,275 

Old Age Survivors Insurance: 

Federal Aid 7,865,000 

Miscellaneous 2,132 

Total (7,867,132) 

Public Health Services: 

Federal Aid 4,263,789 

Miscellaneous 244 

Total (4,264,033) 

Regional Deaf-Blind Program: 

Federal Aid 184,384 

Services for Older Americans: 

Federal Aid 9,533,295 

Miscellaneous 26 

Total (9,533,321) 

Special Federal School Milk: 

Federal Aid 8,246,421 

Special Projects Division: 

Federal Aid 125,490 

Summer Program for Economically Disadvantaged Youth: 

Federal Aid 2,091,971 

Title III Social Security and Employment Service: 

Federal Aid 63,114,072 

Miscellaneous 18,581 

Total (63, 132,653) 

U.S. Comprehensive Health Planning: 

Federal Aid 318,700 

Miscellaneous 71 

Total (318,771) 



9,707,199 

59 

(9,707,258) 



447,515 
112 
(447,627) 



1,360,326 

396 

(1,360,722) 



361 

23 

(384) 



124,087,275 



7,865,000 

2,132 

(7,867,132) 



4,263,789 

244 

(4,264,033) 



184,384 



9,533,295 

26 

(9,533,321) 



8,246,421 

125,490 

2,091,971 



63,114,072 

18,581 

(63,132,653) 



318,700 

71 

(318,771) 



TABLE II (Continued) 

TREASURY RECEIPTS, FISCAL YEAR 1975 

APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 

(All Amounts Rounded to Nearest Dollar) 



15 



Fund Group and Fund 



Cash 
Receipts 



Transfers from 
Trust Funds* 



Treasury 
Receipts 



U.S.D.A. Woman and Infant Care: 

Federal Aid 2,784,000 

U.S. Food Services: 

Federal Aid 173,564 

U.S. Mental Health: 

Federal Aid 9,608,293 

Miscellaneous 233,503 

Total (9,841,796) 

Unemployment Compensation Special Administration: 

Federal Aid 1,230,348 

Urban Planning Assistance: 

Federal Aid 1,684,076 

Local Planning Commission 26,700 

Miscellaneous 11,138 

Total (1,721,914) 

Vocational Education: 

Federal Aid 27,121,040 

Miscellaneous 5,988 

Total (27,127,028) 

Vocational Rehabilitation: 

Federal Aid 30,535,509 

Private Organization or Individuals 27,591 

Miscellaneous 25,503 

Total (30 ,588, 603) 

Vocational and Technical Education: 

Federal Aid 301,499 

Miscellaneous 198 

Total (301,697) 

Wholesome Meat: 

Federal Aid 2,198,107 

Miscellaneous 462 

Total (2 , 198 ,569) 

Total, Special Federal Funds $ 451,299,771 

STATE TRUST FUNDS: 
Agricultural Master: 

Federal Aid $ 112,050 

Private Organizations or Individuals 22,652 

Total (134,702) 

Illinois Rural Rehabilitation: 

Land Mortgage Payments 170,283 

Investment Income 38,028 

Total (208, 311) 

Land and Water Recreation: 

Federal Aid 6,457,071 



2,784,000 
173,564 



9,608,293 

233,503 

(9,841,796) 



1,230,348 



1,684,076 

26,700 

11,138 

(1,721,914) 



27,121,040 

5,988 

(27,127,028) 



30,535,509 

27,591 

25,503 

(30,588,603) 



301,499 
198 
(301,697) 



2,198,107 

462 

(2,198,569) 



$ 451,299,771 



112,050 

22,652 

(134,702) 



170,283 

38,028 

(208,311) 



6,457,071 



TABLE II (Continued) 

TREASURY RECEIPTS, FISCAL YEAR 1975 

APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 

(All Amounts Rounded to Nearest Dollar) 



Fund Group and Fund 



Cash 
Receipts 



Transfers from 
Trust Funds* 



Treasury 
Receipts 



Multi-Units School: 

Federal Aid 

9 
Special Purpose Trust: 

General Assistance Appropriation- 
General Revenue Fund 

Public Aid Trust Fund (Federal) . . 

Federal Aid 

Local Aid 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

State Fair Trust: 

State Fair Operations 

Total, State Trust Funds $ 

REVOLVING FUNDS: 

Air Transportation $ 

Communications 

Office Supplies 

Paper and Printing 

State Garage 

Statistical Services 

Working Capital 

Total, Revolving Funds. 1 ? $ 



148,715,203 

6,987,135 

10,535,000 

1,061,445 

(167,298,783) 



495,183 



$ 13,120,221 



(13,120,221) 



2,500 



148,715,203 

13,120,221 

6,987,135 

10,535,000 

1,061,445 

(180,419,004) 



495,183 



174,596,550 



$ 13,120,221 



260,879 
23,985,192 
1,386,415 
1,065,131 
9,984,351 
15,559,458 
1,976,939 



187,716,771 



260,879 
23,985,192 
1,386,415 
1,065,131 
9,984,351 
15,559,458 
1,976,939 



54,218,365 



54,218,365 



SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
STATE SOURCES: 

General Funds $ 3,889,547,149 $ 26,457,770 

Highway Funds 693,123,320 1,208,778 

University Income Funds 68,460,599 

Other Special State Funds 226,494,086 

Debt Service Funds 11,626,585 

Special Federal Funds 880,335 

State Trust Funds 161,037,794 

Total, State Sources $5,051,169,868 $ 27,666,548 

FEDERAL SOURCES: 

General Funds $ 107,898,423 $790,907,425 

Highway Funds 224,509,902 

Other Special State Funds 2,296,815 

Special Federal Funds 450,419,436 

State Trust Funds 13,558,756 13,120,221 

Total, Federal Sources $ 

Total, Excluding Revolving Funds... $ 

Revolving Funds 

Total, Excluding Bond Financed Funds $ 

Bond Financed Funds 

GRAND TOTAL, APPROPRIATED FUNDS $ 6,054,647,331 $ 831,694,194 



$ 3,916,004,919 

694,332,098 

68,460,599 

226,494,086 

11,626,585 

880,335 

161,037,794 

$ 5,078,836,416 



898,805,848 

224,509,902 

2,296,815 

450,419,436 

26,678,977 



1 798,683,332 


$ 804 


,027, 


,646 


$ 1,602,710,978 


I 5,849,853,200 
54,218,365 


$ 831 


.694, 


,194 


$ 6,681,547,394 
54,218,365 


? 5,904,071,565 
150,575,766 


$ 831 


,694 ; 


,194 


$ 6,735,765,759 
150,575,766 



$ 6,886,341,525 



TABLE II (Continued) 

TREASURY RECEIPTS, FISCAL YEAR 1975 

APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 

(All Amounts Rounded to Nearest Dollar) 



17 



Fund Group and Fund 



Cash 
Receipts 



Transfers from 
Trust Funds* 



Treasury 
Receipts 



GENERAL REVENUE FUND-STATE SOURCES: 
Miscellaneous Taxes, Fees and Department Earnings: 

Hotel Tax $ 15,100,911 

Reimbursement for Collection of Local Sales Taxes: 

Municipal R.O.T. Fund 

County R.O.T. Fund 

Total 

Illinois Racing Board 1 1 , 069 ,463 

Warrants Escheated Fund 

Capital Development Board 6,530,013 

Auto-Title Registration Fees 6,123,321 

Illinois Central Railroad Tax 5,857,107 

State Board of Education.. 5,119,410 

Local Government Affairs 4,246,256 

Registration and Education 3,486,766 

Public Health 3,237,096 

Real Estate Transfer Tax 3,199,315 

Public Assistance Recoveries Fund 

Banks and Trust Companies 2,335,658 

Treasurer 2,317,853 

Public Aid 1,655, 100 

Agriculture 1,576,447 

Financial Institutions 1,567,014 

Secretary of State 1,393,920 

Mental Health 1,215,211 

Liquor Control Commission 1,114,967 

Attorney General 1,112,130 

Miscellaneous: 

Law Enforcement 879,650 

Labor 852,467 

Revenue 779,472 

Savings and Loan 648,741 

Scholarship Commission 608,900 

General Services 363,542 

Children and Family Services 345,412 

Conservation 344 ,034 

Transportation 275,886 

Environmental Protection Agency.. 272,643 

Mines and Minerals 255,530 

Corrections 254,412 

Medical Center Commission 212,488 

Historical Library 207,685 

Clerks of the Appellate Courts... 77,455 

Comprehensive Health Planning.... 53,848 

Tourism Promotion Fund 

State Employees Retirement System 51,389 

Legislative Reference Bureau 44,227 

Clerk of the Supreme Court 38,769 

Community College Board 28,723 

University of Illinois 19,520 

Court of Claims 19,506 

Law Enforcement Commission 15,888 

Safety Responsibility Fund 

Auditor General 9,728 

Personnel 9,010 



$ 12,671,989 
1,060,475 
(13,732,464) 



11,740 



2,536,395 



51,998 



13,550 



15,100,911 



12,671,989 

1,060,475 

(13,732,464) 

11,069,463 
7,881,740 
6,530,013 
6,123,321 
5,857,107 
5,119,410 
4,246,256 
3,486,766 
3,237,096 
3,199,315 
2,536,395 
2,335,658 
2,317,853 
1,655,100 
1,576,447 
1,567,014 
1,393,920 
1,215,211 
1,114,967 
1,112,130 

879,650 

852,467 

779,472 

648,741 

608,900 

363,542 

345,412 

344,034 

275,886 

272,643 

255,530 

254,412 

212,488 

207,685 

77,455 

53,848 

51,998 

51,389 

44,227 

38,769 

28,723 

19,520 

19,506 

15,888 

13,550 

9,728 

9,010 



TABLE II (Concluded) 

TREASURY RECEIPTS, FISCAL YEAR 1975 

APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Concluded) 

(All Amounts Rounded to Nearest Dollar) 



Fund Group and Fund 



Cash 
Receipts 



Transfers from 
Trust Funds* 



Treasury 
Receipts 



Pollution Control Board 

Board of Higher Education 

Comptroller 

State Board of Investments 

Industrial Commission 

General Assembly 

Educational Facilities Authority. 

State Board of Elections 

Vocational Rehabilitation 

Military and Naval 

St. Louis Metropolitan Airport... 

Human Resources 

Bureau of the Budget 

Southern Illinois University 

Western Illinois University 

Finance 

Business and Economic Development 

Supreme Court 

Illinois Energy Coordinator 

Environmental Quality 

Civil Defense Agency 

Dangerous Drugs Commission 

Governor 

Aging 

Fair Employment Practices 

Bicentennial Commission 

Vocational Education 

Civil Service Commission 

Total, Miscellaneous 

Total, Miscellaneous Taxes, Fees and 
Department Earnings $ 



(6 



7,406 

7,369 

6,376 

6,198 

4,293 

3,915 

3,913 

1,613 

677 

494 

364 

327 

317 

305 

305 

294 

262 

165 

156 

148 

122 

93 

68 

63 

59 

54 

50 

4 

,714,335) 



(65,548) 



(6 



7,406 

7,369 

6,376 

6,198 

4,293 

3,915 

3,913 

1,613 

677 

494 

364 

327 

317 

305 

305 

294 

262 

165 

156 

148 

122 

93 

68 

63 

59 

54 

50 

4 

779,883) 



84,972,293 



$ 24,216,147 



109,188,440 



* Reflects releases from the Protest Fund unless otherwise noted. 

1. Refunds in the 12-month period ended June 30, 1975 consistent with receipts are as 

follows: Income Tax $131,373,612; Inheritance Tax $1,911,712; Motor Fuel Tax 
$18,083,941. Refunds in expenditure tables represent charges to fiscal 1975 
appropriations . 

2. Includes motor vehicle use tax in the amount of $11,149,666. 

3. Includes cigarette use tax of $13,416,260. 

4. Refer to details following main table. 

5. Investment income on Federal Fiscal Assistance reported as Federal Aid in prior years. 

6. Includes social services reimbursement of $72,849,116. 

7. Transfers between appropriated funds not reflected in this table. 

8. Effective July 1, 1974 VA payments for patient care deposited into this fund rather than 

the U.S. Veterans Bureau Fund. 

9. Effective in mid-fiscal 1974 State and Cook County general assistance directed to this 

fund. The General Revenue Fund portion is a duplication of receipts. 

10. Receipts into Revolving Funds a duplication of receipts reflected in this table. 

11. Includes cash reimbursement from Public Aid of $4,567,255 and is a duplication of 

receipts reflected in this table. 



Appropriated and Non-Appropriated Funds 



Summary of Expenditures 

By Fund Group and Fund 
Fiscal Year 1975 



This is a comprehensive statement of total amounts appropriated, 
expenditures, and amount lapsed from each fund for fiscal year 1975. 



Expenditures for fiscal year 1975, including the lapse period, 
comprise warrants issued from July 1, 1974 through September 30, 1975 . 



Fund Groups 

Appropriated Funds 

General Funds 
Highway Funds 
University Income Funds 
Special State Funds 
Bond Financed Funds 
Debt Service Funds 
Federal Trust Funds 
State Trust Funds 
Revolving Funds 

Non-Appropriated Funds 



Federal Trust Funds 
State Trust Funds 
Other Trust Funds 



TABLE III 
Summary By Fund Group and Fund 



Fund Group and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



GENERAL FUNDS: 

General Revenue $ 3,743,222,202.62 

Common School 1,252,363,225.00 

Total $ 4,995,585,427.62 

HIGHWAY FUNDS: 

Road $ 1,256,036,186.17 

Motor Fuel Tax 

State 25,677,599.00 

Counties 78,000,000.00 

Municipalities 106 , 100 , 000 . 00 

Townships and Road Districts 37,200,000.00 

Grade Crossing Protection... 7,787,000.00 

Highway Safety 15,900,015.00 

Total $ 1,526,700,800.17 

UNIVERSITY INCOME FUNDS: 

Board of Governors 

Chicago State $ 2,920,700.00 

Eastern Illinois 3,203,100.00 

Governors State 1,237,000.00 

Northeastern Illinois 3,633,200.00 

Western Illinois 5,353,500.00 

Board of Regents 

Illinois State 7,239,300.00 

Northern Illinois 7,210,500.00 

Sangamon State 986,500.00 

Southern Illinois University 8,948,800.00 

University Income (U. of I.) 27,076,400.00 

Total $ 67,809,000.00 

SPECIAL STATE FUNDS: 

Aeronautics $ 111,000.00 

Agricultural Premium 15,086,446.00 

Downstate Public Transportation 6,000,000.00 

Drivers Education 9,970,795.00 

Fair and Exposition 2,550,000.00 

Fire Prevention 1,563,158.00 

Game and Fish 6,747,427.00 

Illinois Fund for 

Illinois Colts 511,700.00 

II 1 inols Soldiers and 

Sailors Home 3,045,198.00 

Illinois Veterans Rehabilitation 450,000.00 

Local Fire Protection Personnel 627,317.00 

Local Government Distributive 114,000,000.00 
Local Governmental Law 

Enforcement Officers 2,816,146.00 

Mental Health 15,400,000.00 

Metropolitan Exposition Audi- 
torium and Office Building. 460,000.00 



$ 3,611,194,874.98 $ 
1,252,222,658.39 



132,027,327.64 $ 218,616,788.05 
140,566.61 40,526,944.00 



$ 4,863,417,533.37 $ 132,167,894.25 $ 259,143,732.05 



$ 709,681,116.47 $ 546,355,069.70 $ 27,146,005.71 



24,374,679.02 

74,572,103.65 

102,471,726.24 

34,156,787.91 

1,342,896.24 

6,135,274.39 



1,302,919.98 
3,427,896.35 
3,628,273.76 
3,043,212.09 
6,444,103.76 
9,764,740.61 



3,182,707.19 
7,168,438.34 
12,345,654.91 
3,408,665.57 
.00 
1,499,239.38 



952,734,583.92 $ 573,966,216.25 $ 54,750,711.10 



2,813,340.10 $ 
3,193,267.37 
738,087.90 
3,622,320.79 
5,211,659.53 

7,201,981.67 

7,209,423.56 

761,289.78 

8,208,595.92 

26,962,896.34 



65,922,862.96 $ 



85,261.72 
13,927,668.92 
5,228,447.92 
9,951,840.93 
2,550,000.00 
1,381,288.14 
5,914,702.58 

496,533.90 

3,015,366.69 

268,605.69 

613,817.13 

113,999,993.07 

2,424,920.62 
14,199,182.72 

460,000.00 



107,359.90 $ 

9,832.63 

498,912.10 

10,879.21 

141,840.47 



37,318.33 

1,076.44 

225,210.22 

740,204.08 

113,503.66 



648,045.67 
690,954.94 
191,381.96 
181,373.11 
1,416,031.17 



654,228.70 
1,440,015.63 

180,402.98 
3,691,556.27 
6,893,802.22 



1,886,137.04 $ 15,987,792.65 



25,738.28 $ 

1,158,777.08 

771,552.08 

18,954.07 

.00 

181,869.86 

832,724.42 

15,166.10 

29,831.31 

181,394.31 

13,499.87 

6.93 

391,225.38 
1,200,817.28 



18,726.88 

1,767,905.99 

1,266,785.19 

512,604.15 

.00 

128,589.46 

798,051.86 

2,350.18 

136,357.06 

208,282.08 

449,000.73 

.00 

2,320,377.55 
1,380,589.35 



TABLE III (Continued) 
Summary By Fund Group and Fund 



21 



Fund Group and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Metropolitan Fair and Exposition 

Authority Reconstruction... 11,250,000.00 

Motor Vehicle 1,665,600.00 

Public Transportation 107,000,000.00 

Public Utility 3,942,540.00 

State Boating Act 5,394,046.12 

State Lottery 63,889,534.00 

State Parks 1,673,000.00 

State Pensions 1,269,480.00 

Vehicle Recycling 25,000.00 

Total $ 375,448,387.12 $ 

BOND FINANCED FUNDS: 

Anti-Pollution $ 225,184,459.68 $ 

Capital Development 311,445,492.24 

Coal Development 10,000,000.00 

Public Welfare Building 2,000,000.00 

School Construction 135,046,400.00 

Transportation Bond 

Series A 339,726,400.96 

Series B 132,249,445.25 

Total $ 1,155,652,198.13 $ 

DEBT SERVICE FUNDS: 

Anti-Pollution $ 9,210,086.25 $ 

Capital Development 26,868,245.00 

Emergency Relief 225.00 

Public Welfare Building 8,407,445.50 

Road 1,360.00 

School Construction 4,693,000.00 

Service Recognition 50,744.14 

Soldiers Compensation 2,313.00 

Transportation Bond 

Series A 11,774,344.25 

Series B 13,631,921.50 

Universities Building 10,861,277.50 

Total $ 85,500,962.14 $ 

FEDERAL TRUST FUNDS: 
Agricultural Marketing 

Services $ 55,500.00 $ 

Alcoholism Treatment Program 336,600.00 

Alcoholism Treatment Program No Approp. 
Bureau of the Budget Federal 

Labor Projects 21,398,299.00 

Bureau of the Budget Federal 

Labor Projects No Approp. 

C. & F.S. Federal Projects.. 515,000.00 

C. & F.S. Federal Projects.. No Approp. 

C. & F.S. Manpower 427,000.00 

C. & F. S. Manpower No Approp. 

CAMPS Manpower 

Planning Program 191,000.00 



11,250,000.00 

1,427,985.43 

107,000,000.00 

3,537,636.85 

2,367,735.75 

35,288,676.52 

1,376,631.50 

1,240,195.05 

1,541.07 

338,008,032.20 $ 



.00 

237,614.57 

.00 

404,903.15 

3,026,310.37 

28,600,857.48 

296,368.50 

29,284.95 

23,458.93 



.00 

80,923.14 

7,328,048.91 

422,873.44 

185,134.33 

3,979,118.24 

590,452.63 

14,908.13 

516.17 



37,440,354.92 $ 21,591,595.47 



30,719,145.66 


$ 


194 


465,314.02 $ 


198 


300 


00 


99,112,458.28 




212 


,333,033.96 


1,548 


874 


.86 


.00 




10 


000,000.00 






no 


1,703,762.30 






296,237.70 


666 


961 


66 


18,302,767.64 




116 


743,632.36 


9 


000 


.00 


58,078,178.51 




281 


,648,222.45 


133 


920 


61 


11,545,224.09 




120,704,221.16 


6 
2,563 


000 
057 


00 


; 219,461,536.48 


$ 


936 


,190,661.65 $ 


.13 


> 8,511,468.75 


$ 




698,617.50 






.00 


26,868,245.00 






.00 






. on 


.00 






225.00 






.00 


8,405,000.00 






2,445.50 






.00 


.00 






1,360.00 






.no 


3,318,000.00 




1 


,375,000.00 






.00 


13,087.50 






37,656.64 






.00 


.00 






2,313.00 






.00 


11,084,361.25 






689,983.00 






.00 


12,942,500.00 






689,421.50 






.00 


10,848,300.00 






12,977.50 






.00 


81,990,962.50 


$ 


3 


,509,999.64 






.on 



25,730.17 $ 


29,769.83 $ 


1,048.62 


336,240.58 


359.42 


9,572.01 


82,488.76 


.00 


.00 


15,090,089.72 


6,308,209.28 


6,028,709.71 


1,904,471.17 


.00 


328,125.47 


404,190.78 


110,809.22 


69,547.34 


116,898.87 


.00 


85,166.32 


157,150.05 


269,849.95 


-959.57 


589.87 


.00 


.00 


153,666.13 


37,333.87 


.00 



22 



TABLE III (Continued) 
Summary By Fund Group and Fund 



Fund Group and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



CAMPS Manpower 

Planning Program 

Child Welfare Services 

Civil Defense Administrative 
Community Shelter Program. . . 

Criminal Justice Trust 

Criminal Justice Trust 

Dangerous Drugs Commission.. 
Emergency Medical 

Service System 

Environmental Protection. . . . 
Environmental Protection. . . . 

Federal Aid Disaster 

Federal Airport 

Federal Civil Defense 

Federal Occupational Safety 

and Health 

Federal Occupational Safety 

and Health Information 

Federal Occupational Safety 

and Health Information 

Federal School Lunch 

Federal Student Incentive Trust 
Federal Swine Brucellosis 

Program 

G I Education 

G I Education 

Hospital Construction 

Illinois Family Planning. . . . 
Maintenance and Calibration. 
Maternal and Child Health 

Services 

Medicare Program 

Mental Health Elementary and 

Secondary Education Act. . . . 
Mental Health Elementary and 

Secondary Education Act.... 

Model Cities Project 

00E Elementary and Secondary 

Education Act 

00E Elementary and Secondary 

Education Act 

Old Age Survivors Insurance. 
Old Age Survivors Insurance. 

Public Health Services 

Regional Deaf-Blind Program. 
Services for Older Americans 
Special Federal School Milk. 
Special Projects Division... 
Summer Program for Economically 

Disadvantaged Youth 

Summer Program for Economically 

Disadvantaged Youth 

Title III Social Security and 

Employment Service 



No Approp. 
2,104,432.00 
1,040,794.00 
72,500.00 
34,574,620.00 
No Approp. 
2,223,800.00 



57,150.89 
1,964,010.36 
1,227,988.70 

86,918.84 

27,773,043.04 

1,895,463.17 

2,158,026.45 



140 
4 



6,801 
65 



.00 
,421.64 
,566.84 

.00 
,576.96 

.00 
,773.55 



2,612,945.00 


1,523,463.49 


1,089,481.51 


3,164,099.00 


3,152,664.17 


11,434.83 


No Approp. 


284,783.11 


.00 


6,000,000.00 


7,773,073.44 


.00 


18,000,000.00 


10,567,655.47 


7,432,344.53 


500,000.00 


354,382.17 


145,617.83 


1,712,632.00 


1,333,581.76 


379,050.24 


1,188,086.00 


234,354.04 


953,731.96 


No Approp. 


50,293.08 


.00 


34,300,000.00 


71,697,564.72 


810,297.15 


1,300,000.00 


1,136,537.50 


163,462.50 


150,000.00 


13,439.69 


136,560.31 


364,438.00 


349,813.95 


14,624.05 


No Approp. 


1,398.59 


.00 


6,500,000.00 


6,425,025.20 


74,974.80 


129,268.00 


60,654.65 


68,613.35 


87,000.00 


84,402.56 


2,597.44 


16,118,585.00 


12,929,967.22 


3,188,617.78 


594,100.00 


529,219.74 


64,880.26 


1,750,000.00 


1,307,509.87 


442,490.13 


No Approp. 


193,177.19 


.00 


15,000.00 


.00 


15,000.00 


04,755,000.00 


147,245,772.79 


1,645,901.62 


No Approp. 


1,017,959.61 


.00 


9,600,000.00 


7,400,078.14 


2,199,921.86 


No Approp. 


112.54 


.00 


5,386,520.00 


4,476,203.12 


910,316.88 


135,000.00 


157,375.45 


18,853.76 


10,229,250.00 


10,146,918.78 


82,331.22 


6,400,000.00 


8,531,260.09 


.00 


137,000.00 


119,934.92 


17,065.08 


1,291,900.00 


992,320.32 


299,579.68 


No Approp. 


1,099,650.68 


.00 


67,786,800.00 


65,831,168.48 


1,955,631.52 






TABLE III (Continued) 
Summary By Fund Group and Fund 



23 



Fund Group and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Title III Social Security and 

Employment Service 

U.S. Comprehensive Health 

Planning 

U.S.D.A. Woman and Infant Care 

U.S. Food Services 

U. S. Food Services 

U. S. Mental Health 

U.S. Mental Health 

Unemployment Compensation 

Special Administration 

Urban Planning Assistance. . . 

Vocational Education 

Vocational Education 

Vocational Rehabilitation... 
Vocational Rehabilitation. . . 
Vocational and Technical 

Education 

Wholesome Meat 

Total $ 

STATE TRUST FUNDS: 

Agricultural Master $ 

Illinois Rural Rehabilitation 
Land and Water Recreation. . . 
Land and Water Recreation. . . 

Multi-Units School 

Special Purposes Trust 

Special Purposes Trust 

State Fair Trust _ 

Total $ 

REVOLVING FUNDS: 

Air Transportation $ 

Communications 

Office Supplies 

Paper and Printing 

State Garage 

Statistical Services 

Working Capital 

Total $ 



No Approp. 

390,630.00 
4,127,000.00 

101,200.00 
No Approp. 
13,250,000.00 
No Approp. 

250,000.00 
2,283,370.00 

40,002,200.00 
No Approp. 

40,024,188.00 
No Approp. 

400,000.00 
2,634.800.00 



588.13 

343,947.68 
3,632,019.20 

168,089.99 

6,604.01 

8,151,645.50 

1,495,874.47 

1,444,379.31 

1,827,924.56 

38,847,962.99 

325,713.78 

36,819,357.85 

723.12 

307,631.90 
2,559,777.72 



466,610,556.00 $ 516,388,074.29 $ 



175,000.00 $ 
575,000.00 

4,517,661.26 

No Approp. 
10,000.00 

1,125,000.00 

No Approp. 
250,000.00 



132,484.47 $ 

121,875.48 

1,314,599.75 

4,997,023.28 

2,366.26 

969,430.33^- 

189,011,937.64 

81,932.66 



6,652,661.26 $ 196,631,649.87 $ 



232,000.00 $ 

25,905,428.00 

1,384,433.00 

1,271,554.00 

11,330,560.00 

16,171,887.00 

3,000,000.00 



231,908.02 $ 

25,841,682.79 

1,344,342.38 

914,858.56 

9,868,740.96 

14,774,131.14 

2,773,250.59 



.00 

46,682.32 

494,980.80 

.00 

.00 

5,098,354.50 

.00 

.00 

455,445.44 

1,154,237.01 

.00 
3,204,830.15 

.00 

92,368.10 

75,022.28 



.00 

33,703.63 
857,086.61 

10,993.09 

4,191.81 

439,900.39 

154,804.44 

65,258.00 

250,558.19 

12,051,469.35 

207,470.04 

7,275,592.74 

.00 

83,386.48 
340,779.00 



46,513,971.45 $ 85,202,942.1 



42,515.53 $ 

453,124.52 

3,203,061.51 

.00 

7,633.74 

155,569.67 

.00 

168,067.34 



7,582.85 

1,682.96 

.00 

1,327,004.77 

99.41 

675,066.27 

2,054,162.52 

5,563.43 



4,029,972.31 $ 4,071,162.21 



91.98 $ 

63,745.21 

40,090.62 

356,695.44 

1,461,819.04 

1,397,755.86 

226,749.41 



2,719.79 

7,495,294.31 

310,120.19 

169,201.50 

1,393,012.37 

1,717,269.06 

608,787.40 



59,295,862.00 $ 



55,748,914.44 $ 



3,546,947.56 $ 11,696,404.62 



TOTAL, APPROPRIATED FUNDS** $ 8,739,255,854.44 $ 7,290,304,150.03 $ 1,739,252,155.07 $ 455,007,398.11 
NON- APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 



FEDERAL TRUST FUNDS: 

Appellate Court Fifth District ILEC $ 17,982.65 

Accident Victims 5.00 

Aircraft Medical Support 77,530.50 

Alcoholism 1 ,057 . 86 

BED Comprehensive Training 23,834.67 

B H E Public Service Careers 7.20 



616.14 

.00 

10,769.77 

1,057.86 

5,469.15 

.00 



24 



TABLE III (Continued) 
Summary By Fund Group and Fund 



Fund Group and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



C. & F. S . Elementary and Secondary Education Act 

C. & F.S. Local Effort Day Care Program 

C. & F.S. Vocational Education 

CETA Vocational Training 

Coastal Zone Management 

Community Development Training Title VIII 

Comprehensive Offender Manpower Program 

Comprehensive Planning 

Coordination 

Correctional Manpower Services Project 

Corrections Elementary and Secondary Education Act 

Criminal Justice Staff 

Criminal Laws Seminar 

Dangerous Drug Advisory Council 

Dissemination of Adopted Materials Visually Impaired 

DVR CETA Training Program 

E E A Section 6 

DOT Comprehensive Training 

E E A Welfare Demonstration Project 

EPA All Purpose Trust 

Economic Opportunity 

Emergency Employment Act 

Federal Assistance Program 

Federal Higher Education 

Federal Model Cities Program 

Federal Target Industry Inspection 

Fire Prevention Division 

Forest Reserve 

Governors Office Comprehensive Planning 

Governors Office Science and Technology 

High Impact Employment 

Higher Education Title I 

Historic Sites 

Human Resources All Purpose 

HUD Conservation Assistance 

ILEC Comprehensive Employment Training 

Illinois Arts Council Federal Grant 

Illinois Bicentennial 

Illinois Bicentennial Grant 

Region 5 Interrelated Education Design for Gifted 

Illinois Regional Medical Program 

Intergovernmental Personnel Act 

Junior College Board 

L G A Title VIII Training 

Law Enforcement Assistance Trust 

Law Enforcement Commission Grants 

Secretary of State Ex-Offender Employment Program 

Library Services 

Library Survey 

Local Government Affairs Trust 

Madison-St Clair County Agreement 

Mines and Minerals Federal Trust 

National Transportation Study 1974 Trust 

E Gran t 

State Appellate Defender ILEC Grant 

Ombudsman to the Aging Program 



666, 

17,792, 

146, 

3,090, 

206. 



688, 

26, 

3, 

312, 

759. 

201, 

2, 

32, 

32, 

22, 

50, 

11, 

56 

17 

344, 

1,528, 

51, 

39 

2, 

42, 

64 

41 

55, 

1, 

878, 

591, 

227 

62 

1,093 

3 

23 

26, 

50 

7 

27 

479 

445 

33 

1,116 

697 

33 

3,565 

2 

322 

136 

78 

78 



137 

4 4 



828.08 
481.52 
737.40 
479.21 
000.00 
12.66 
155.08 
105.00 
986.49 
491.94 
900.91 
819.63 
904.98 
524.06 
461.72 
141.35 
613.85 
461.74 
142.85 
924.93 
579.57 
271.20 
456.49 
156.49 
100.69 
766.11 
713.79 
086.54 
075.54 
800.10 
739.76 
777.45 
016.00 
135.93 
977.50 
552.32 
848.08 
103.17 
174.77 
725.00 
873.71 
158.37 
553.77 
333.53 
147.58 
486.88 
060.85 
896.64 
449.81 
493.55 
734.23 
830.63 
308.33 
261.54 
997.19 
249.38 



170, 
2,902, 

12, 
1,068, 

99, 

13, 

4, 



930.96 
375.75 
892.86 
751.18 
557.24 

.00 
211.22 
902.59 

.00 
302.87 
364.81 
290.38 

.00 

.00 
495.45 
658.07 

.00 
615.18 

.00 

.28 
76 



1 

4 
6 
1 
3 
38 

3 
512 
182 

1 
153 

43 

92 

9 



6,268. 

6,795. 

5,779.06 

1,310.74 

3,256.29 

.00 

.00 

3,581.87 

.00 

.00 

.00 

4,270.37 

3,524.16 

2,619.42 

12.53 

.00 

,085.85 

.00 

,012.45 

,425.00 

,975.90 

,554.02 

,398.72 

150.54 

,923.96 

,513.43 

,416.03 

,752.14 

,101.67 

.00 

,103.34 

,674.44 

,457.56 

.00 

.00 

,049.92 

,721.53 



TABLE III (Continued) 
Summary By Fund Group and Fund 



25 



Fund Group and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



On-The-Job Training 

Symposium on Teacher-Collective Bargaining 

Public Service Careers 

Registration and Education Comprehensive Training 

SALOON Grant 767 

Solid Waste Disposal Planning 

Special Investigations 

Special Opportunity Grant 

Special Prosecution 

State Appellate Defender 

State Planning Grant 701 

State Police Highway Safety 

Teacher Training of Bilingual Education 

Volunteers in Court 

Water Resources Planning. 

Youth Conservation Corporation Program 

Total $ 

STATE TRUST FUNDS: 

Armory Rental $ 

Board of Governors Bond Revenue 

C D B Contributory Trust 

Cahokia Mounds Project 

Commission on Intergovernmental Co-operation. . . 

Commodity Trust 

Correctional School District Education 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust 

County Retailers Occupation Tax 

Flood Control Land Lease 

Garnishment 

General Assembly Retirement 

Group Insurance Premium 

Housing Development Revolving 

Illinois Municipal Retirement System 

Illinois State Toll Highway Construction 

Illinois State Toll Highway Revenue 

Illinois State Board of Investments 

Illinois Tourism Promotion 

Judges Retirement 

Kaskaskia Commons Permanent School 

Lead Poisoning Prevention 

Local Airport 

Medical Payment 

Medical Review and Safety Code Inspection 

Mobile Health Project 

Morrill Trust 

Municipal Retailers Occupation Tax 

Pollution Control Fines 

Protest 

Public Assistance Recoveries 

Public Building 

Public Health Medicheck Program 

Real Estate Recovery 

Right-of-Way Trust 

Safety Responsibility 



190,217.06 

3,122.72 

438.00 

3,163.98 

58,472.01 

66,358.78 

27,007.94 

44.16 

591,060.11 

211,680.09 

15,111.80 

30.30 

6,088.00 

84,425.13 

77,568.67 

153,749.43 



38,066,021.95 



27 
48,544 
32,052 



4 

1,800 

4,816 

25,112 

104 

9 

1,741 

2,144 

1,571 

415,994 

13,283 

81,252 

1,292 



1,345 

5,150 

21 

13 

1,306 

802,080 

420 

4 

275 

298,948 

88 

128 

6,416 

46,148 

740 

20 

1 

111 



,832.28 
,957.58 
,283.56 
367.46 
148.82 
,716.29 
,838.50 
,085.00 
,719.99 
,734.09 
,670.40 
,372.41 
,924.64 
,901.57 
,034.51 
,333.52 
,225.75 
,827.65 
,711.07 
,418.23 
,327.54 
,500.00 
,709.92 
,597.40 
,634.24 
,318.97 
,516.00 
,070.26 
,900.00 
,099.58 
,047.46 
,337.57 
,438.53 
,206.67 
,681.90 
,898.20 



31,690.01 

350.00 

.00 

445.63 

6,129.84 

1,297.50 

2,300.00 

.00 

15,065.76 

24,756.19 

.00 

.00 

.00 

612.04 

385.01 

15,010.10 



5,744,038.54 



900.65 

.00 

.00 

.00 

148.82 

.00 

,924.74 

,025.85 

,407.63 

.00 

905.70 

-201.61 

,364.68 

,150.67 

,496.55 

,843.11 

,293.73 

,677.96 

,745.45 

,862.97 

859.38 

,500.00 

,011.42 

,209.87 

,952.88 

.00 

,876.64 

,375.73 

.00 

,000.00 

,576.20 

,035.59 

,072.00 

,631.67 

348.55 

.00 



290 

896 

2 



549 

-1 

3,883 

67 

2,727 

43 

97 

2 

13 

314 

11,518 

55 

151 
6 

100 

731 

367 

38 

19 



26 



TABLE III (Concluded) 
Summary By Fund Group and Fund 



Fund Group and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Social Security Contributions 

State Employees Retirement System. 

State Projects 

State Withholding Tax 

Surplus Property Utilization 

Tax Suspense Trust 

Teachers Retirement System 

The Housing 

U. S. Savings Bonds 

Unclaimed Property Trust 

United Fund Deduction 

Warrants Escheated 

Workmens Compensation 



Total, 



OTHER TRUST FUNDS: 
Unemployment Trust, 



,180 

,509 
163 

,069 

387 

28 

,885 
649 

,905 

85 

205 

518 

207 



,100.28 
,557.07 
,146.07 
,693.80 
,286.85 
,082.75 
,159.89 
,336.73 
,034.46 
,013.67 
,961.33 
,409.69 
,919.65 



$ 2,511,772,089.80 



483,900,000.00 



-889.71 

69,077.33 

53,785.89 

1,170,525.90 

69,461.43 

4,830.15 

462,838.94 

146,520.97 

968.75 

.00 

.00 

12,030.78 

-60.00 

$ 23,868,785.92 



$ 13,100,000.00 



TOTAL, NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS 



$3,033,738,111.75 $ 42,712,824.46 



GRAND TOTAL, ALL FUNDS. 



$ 8,739,255,854.44 $10,324,042,261.78 $ 1,739,252,155.07 $ 497,720,222.57 



* Includes supplemental appropriations to complete fiscal year. 

** Expenditures from Appropriated Funds includes: $7,000,003,699.37 from appropriations; $87,757,548.70 
in Excess of Appropriations; and $202,542,901.96 from No Appropriations. 






27 



TABLE IV 



Appropriated and Non-Appropriated Funds 



Summary of Expenditures 



By Agency and Fund 



28 



TABLE IV 
Summary By Agency and Fund 
APPROPRIATED FUNDS 
(General Revenue Fund Unless Otherwise Noted) 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Legislative Agencies: 

General Revenue $ 

Road 

State Pensions 

Total $ 

Judicial Agencies: 

General Revenue $ 

State Pensions 

Total $ 

Constitutional Elected Officers: 
Governor $ 

Lieutenant Governor $ 

Attorney General $ 

Secretary of State: 

General Revenue $ 

Road 

Vehicle Recycling 

Capital Development 

Total $ 

Comptroller: 

General Revenue $ 

Road 

Motor Fuel Tax - State.... 

Aeronautics 

Agricultural Premium 

Fire Prevention 

Game and Fish 

Illinois Fund for 

Illinois Colts 

Local Fire Protection 

Personnel 

Local Governmental Law 

Enforcement Officers 

Motor Vehicle 

Public Utility 

State Boating Act 

State Lottery 

State Parks 

State Pensions 

Agricultural Marketing 

Services 

Alcoholism Treatment 

Program 

OOE Elementary and Secondary 

Education Act 

Old Age Survivors Insurance 



22,065,499.40 $ 
255,000.00 
1,600.00 

22,322,099.40 $ 



42,254,534.00 $ 
15,500.00 



17,045,596.65 $ 
194,366.78 
1,600.00 



5,019,902.75 $ 2,878,206.01 

60,633.22 53,007.71 

.00 .00 



17,241,563.43 $ 



33,658,070.09 $ 
15,500.00 



535.97 



8,596,463.91 $ 232,267.36 
.00 .00 



42,270,034.00 $ 33,673,570.09 $ 



1,331,470.00 $ 

446,295.00 $ 

8,977,593.00 $ 



1,324,776.22 $ 

441,324.46 $ 

8,330,964.79 $ 



,596,463.91 $ 232,267.36 

6,693.78 $ 50,298.59 

4,970.54 $ 18,585.00 

646,628.21 $ 358,731.90 



? 36,871,946.00 $ 


33 


310,938.59 $ 


3 


,561,007.41 


58,029,204.00 


50 


980,665.36 


7 


,048,538.64 


25,000.00 




1,541.07 




23,458.93 


4,000,000.00 




103,860.82 


3 


,896,139.18 


? 98,926,150.00 $ 


84 


397,005.84 $ 


14 


,529,144.16 


? 23,769,277.57 $ 


18 


645,696.42 $ 


5 


,123,581.15 


135,499.00 




93,567.04 




41,931.96 


188,890.00 




.00 




188,890.00 


400.00 




.00 




400.00 


208,141.00 




31,946.23 




176,194.77 


103,475.00 




27,331.19 




76,143.81 


268,380.00 




17,239.64 




251,140.36 


3,000.00 




.00 




3,000.00 


4,092.00 




.00 




4,092.00 


5,004.00 




.00 




5,004.00 


70,200.00 




.00 




70,200.00 


107,600.00 




.00 




107,600.00 


14,960.00 




.00 




14,960.00 


236,325.00 




36,100.65 




200,224.35 


43,000.00 




.00 




43,000.00 


16,000.00 




.00 




16,000.00 


14,000.00 




.00 




14,000.00 


No Appro p. 




38.76 




.00 


No Approp. 




2,781.60 




.00 


No Approp. 




112.54 




.00 



$ 6,291. 






29 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
Summary By Agency and Fund 
APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 
(General Revenue Fund Unless Otherwise Noted) 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Comptroller (Concluded) : 
Title III Social Security 

and Employment Service... 

U.S. Mental Health 

Vocational Rehabilitation. 
Communications Revolving. . 
Office Supplies Revolving. 
Paper and Printing 

Revolving 

State Garage Revolving.... 
Statistical Services 

Revolving 

Total $ 



No Approp. 

No Approp. 

No Approp. 
8,216.00 
1,796.43 

110.00 
265,566.00 

143,000.00 

25,606,932.00 $ 



588.13 


.00 


118.33 


.00 


723.12 


.00 


.00 


8,216.00 


.00 


1,796.43 


.00 


110.00 


.00 


265,566.00 


.00 


143,000.00 



.00 
23.90 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 

.00 



18,856,243.65 $ 6,755,050.83 $ 



582,679.26 



Treasurer: 

General Revenue $ 

Anti-Pollution B.I. & R. . 
Capital Development B.R. & I 
Emergency Relief B.I. & R. 
Public Welfare 

Building B.R. & I 

Road B.I. & R 

School Construction B.R. & 
Service Recognition B.I. & 
Soldiers Compensation B.I. 
Transportation Bond 

Series A R. & I 

Transportation Bond 

Series BR. & I 

Universities Building B.R. 



I. 
R. 
& R. 



& I. 



3,911,080.00 $ 
9,210,086.25 
26,868,245.00 
225.00 

8,407,445.50 

1,360.00 

4,693,000.00 

50,744.14 

2,313.00 

11,774,344.25 

13,631,921.50 
10,861,277.50 



Total, 



89,412,042.14 $ 



3,536,708.85 $ 
8,511,468.75 
26,868,245.00 
.00 

8,405,000.00 
.00 

3,318,000.00 

13,087.50 

.00 

11,084,361.25 

12,942,500.00 
10,848,300.00 

85,527,671.35 $ 



374,371.15 $ 
698,617.50 
.00 
225.00 

2,445.50 

1,360.00 

1,375,000.00 

37,656.64 

2,313.00 

689,983.00 

689,421.50 
12,977.50 

3,884,370.79 $ 



42,862.92 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 



42,862.92 



Superintendent of Public 
Instruction: 

General Revenue 

Common School 

Drivers Education 

Federal School Lunch 

G.I. Education 

DOE Elementary and Secon- 
dary Education Act 

DOE Elementary and Secon- 
dary Education Act 

Regional Deaf-Blind 
Program 

Special Federal School 
Milk 

U.S. Food Services 

U.S. Food Services 

Multi-Units School 



191,032,733.00 $ 188,133,436.94 $ 
1,252,363,225.00 1,252,222,658.39 



9,970,795.00 
34,300,000.00 
No Approp. 

104,755,000.00 

No Approp. 

135,000.00 

6,400,000.00 
101,200.00 
No Approp. 
10,000.00 



9,951,840.93 

71,697,564.72 

1,398.59 

147,245,772.79 

1,015,178.01 

157,375.45 

8,531,260.09 

168,089.99 

6,604.01 

2^ 366. 26 



2,899,296.06 

140,566.61 

18,954.07 

810,297.15 

.00 

1,645,901.62 

.00 

18,853.76 

.00 

.00 

.00 

7,633.74 



$ 34,378,150.52 

40,526,944.00 

512,604.15 

10,393,729.10 

.00 

27,126,870.37 

238,922.96 

43,592.61 

1,198,384.61 

10,993.09 

4,191.81 

99.41 



Total $ 1,599,067,953.00 $ 1,679,133,546.17 $ 5,541,503.01 $114,434,482.63 



30 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
Summary By Agency and Fund 
APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 
(General Revenue Fund Unless Otherwise Noted) 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Departments : 
Aging: 

General Revenue $ 

Services for Older 
Americans 

Total $ 

Agriculture: 

General Revenue $ 

Agricultural Premium 

Fair and Exposition 

Agricultural Marketing 
Services 

Federal Swine Brucellosis 
Program 

Wholesome Meat 

Agricultural Master 

Illinois Rural Rehabilita- 
tion 

Total $ 

Business and Economic 
Development: 

General Revenue $ 

Agricultural Premium 

Metropolitan Exposition 
Auditorium and Office 

Building 

Coal Development 

Total $ 

Children and Family Services: 

General Revenue $ 

Illinois Soldiers and 

Sailors Home 

C.&F.S. Federal Projects.. 
C.&F.S. Federal Projects.. 

C.&F.S. Manpower 

C.&F.S. Manpower 

Child Welfare Services 

Model Cities Project 

Total $ 

Conservation: 

General Revenue $ 

Game and Fish 

State Boating Act 

State Parks 

Capital Development 

Land and Water Recreation. 
Land and Water Recreation. 

Total $ 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



883,312.00 $ 
10,229,250.00 



875,949.46 $ 
10,146,918.78 



7,362.54 
82,331.22 



11,112,562.00 $ 



10,374,496.00 $ 
3,709,301.00 
2,550,000.00 

41,500.00 

150,000.00 

2,634,800.00 

175,000.00 

575,000.00 

20,210,097.00 $ 



3,581,784.00 $ 
961,291.00 



460,000.00 
10,000,000.00 



15,003,075.00 $ 



102,018,427.00 $ 

3,045,198.00 
515,000.00 

No Approp. 
427,000.00 

No Approp. 

2,104,432.00 
15,000.00 



11,022,868.24 $ 



10,009,073.46 $ 
3,631,100.41 
2,550,000.00 

25,730.17 

13,439.69 

2,559,777.72 

132,484.47 

121,875. 48 

19,043,481.40 $ 



2,429,820.72 $ 
796,553.10 



460,000.00 
.00 



89,693.76 

365,422.54 

78,200.59 

.00 

15,769.83 

136,560.31 
75,022.28 
42,515.53 

453,124.52 

1,166,615.60 



1,151,963.28 
164,737.90 



.00 
10,000,000.00 



$ 89,279.47 

1,012,051.85 

$ 1,101,331.32 



$ 1,258,615.82 

738,500.48 

.00 

1,048.62 

179.73 

340,779.00 

7,582.85 

1,682.96 

$ 2,348,389.46 



$ 283,730.31 
100,037.11 



3,686,373.82 $ 11,316,701.18 $ 



97,082,291.14 $ 4,936,135. 



3,015,366.69 

404,190.78 

116,898.87 

157,150.05 

589.87 

1,964,010.36 

.00 



29,831.31 

110,809.22 

.00 

269,849.95 

.00 

140,421.64 

15,000.00 



383,767.42 



,777,663.98 

136,357.06 

69,547.34 

85,166.32 

-959.57 

.00 

280,106.24 

.00 



108,125,057.00 $ 102,740,497.76 $ 5,502,047.98 $ 9,347,881.37 



15,185,355.00 $ 
6,479,047.00 
5,379,086.12 
1,630,000.00 
5,110,000.00 
4,517,661.26 
No Approp. 



14,176,928.64 $ 
5,897,462.94 
2,367,735.75 
1,376,631.50 
951,947.07 
1,314,599.75 
4,997,023.28 



1,008,426.36 
581,584.06 

3,011,350.37 
253,368.50 

4,158,052.93 

3,203,061.51 
.00 



$ 1,655,496.66 

798,051.86 

185,134.33 

590,452.63 

.00 

.00 

1,327,004.77 



38,301,149.38 $ 



31,082,328.93 $ 12,215,843.73 $ 4,556,140.25 



31 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
Summary By Agency and Fund 
APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 
(General Revenue Fund Unless Otherwise Noted) 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps< 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Corrections: 

General Revenue $ 84,166,319.00 $ 82,564,068.74 $ 1,602,250.26 

Working Capital 

Revolving 3,000,000.00 2,773,250. 59 226,749.41 

Total $ 87,166,319.00 $ 85,337,319.33 $ 1,828,999.67 

Finance: 

General Revenue $ 2,604,697.00 $ 2,534,732.50 $ 69,964.50 

Statistical Services 

Revolving 16,028,887.00 14,774,131.14 1,254,755.86 

Total $ 18,633,584.00 $ 17,308,863.64 $ 1,324,720.36 

Financial Institutions: 

General Revenue $ 1,335,462.00 $ 1,289,868.38 $ 45,593.62 

State Pensions 253,480.00 240,195.05 13,284.95 

Total $ 1,588,942.00 $ 1,530,063.43 $ 58,878.57 

General Services: 

General Revenue $ 6,370,380.25 $ 6,223,159.27 $ 147,220.98 

Communications Revolving.. 25,897,212.00 25,841,682.79 55,529.21 

Office Supplies Revolving. 1,382,636.57 1,344,342.38 38,294.19 
Paper and Printing 

Revolving 1,271,444.00 914,858.56 356,585.44 

State Garage Revolving 11,064,994.00 9,868,740.96 1,196,253.04 

Total $ 45,986,666.82 $ 44,192,783.96 $ 1,793,882.86 

Insurance $ 4,134,009.00 $ 4,036,013.24 $ 97,995.76 

Labor : 

General Revenue 12,384,456.00 $ 10,299,720.31 $ 2,084,735.69 

Federal Occupational 

Safety and Health 1,712,632.00 1,333,581.76 379,050.24 

Title III Social Security 

and Employment Service... 67,786,800.00 65,831,168.48 1,955,631.52 
Unemployment Compensation 

Special Administration. .. 250,000.00 1,444,379.31 .00 

Total $ 82,133,888.00 $ 78,908,849.86 $ 4,419,417.45 

Law Enforcement: 

General Revenue $ 8,726,620.00 $ 8,563,764.00 $ 162,856.00 

Road 43,800,366.00 42,825,383.03 974,982.97 

Agricultural Premium 456,466.00 428,857.31 27,608.69 

Fire Prevention 1,459,683.00 1,353,956.95 105,726.05 

Total $ 54,443,135.00 $ 53,171,961.29 $ 1,271,173.71 

Local Government Affairs: 

General Revenue $ 5,250,662.00 $ 4,769,635.55 $ 481,026.45 

Local Government 

Distributive 114,000,000.00 113,999,993.07 6.93 

Urban Planning Assistance. 2,283,370.00 1,827,924.56 455,445.44 

Total $ 121,534,032.00 $ 120,597,553.18 $ 936,478.82 



$ 6,757,303.36 

608,757.40 

$ 7,366,090.76 

$ 298,415.55 

1,717,269.06 

$ 2,015,684.61 

$ 76,848.91 
14,908.13 

$ 91,757.04 

$ 527,774.74 

7,495,294.31 

310,120.19 

169,201.50 
1,393,012.37 

$ 9,895,403.11 

$ 282,012.07 

$ 1,917,776.79 

21,966.10 

5,246,641.75 

65,258.00 

$ 7,251,642.64 



$ 631,729.86 

3,910,423.17 

35,994.56 

128,683.09 

$ 4,706,830.68 



521,250.91 



.00 
250,558.19 



771,809.10 



32 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
Summary By Agency and Fund 
APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 
(General Revenue Fund Unless Otherwise Noted) 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Mental Health and Develop- 
mental Disabilities: 

General Revenue $ 325,023,202.00 $ 316,594,077.24 $ 

Mental Health 15,400,000.00 14,199,182.72 

Public Welfare Building... 2,000,000.00 1,703,762.30 
Mental Health Elementary 

and Secondary Education 

Act 1,750,000.00 1,307,509.87 

Mental Health Elementary 

and Secondary Education 

Act No Approp. 193,177.19 

U.S. Mental Health 13,250,000.00 8,151,645.50 

U.S. Mental Health No Approp. 1,495,756.14 

Vocational and Technical 

Education 400,000.00 307,631.9 

Total $ 357,823,202.00 $ 343,952,742.86 $ 

Mil itarv and Naval $ 4,128,724.00 $ 4,018,651.36 $ 

Mines and Minerals $ 1,713,139.00 $ 1,690,949.98 $ 

Personnel: 

General Revenue $ 41,867,162.00 $ 41,698,176.20 $ 

Road 6,517,518.00 6,454,251.1 8 

Total $ 48,384,680.00 $ 48,152,427.38 $ 

Public Aid: 

General Revenue $ 1,722,457,132.00 $ 1,691,652,505.27 $ 

Special Purposes Trust 1,125,000.00 969,430.33 

Special Purposes Trust No Approp. 189,011,937.64 

Total $ 1,723,582,132.00 $ 1,881,633,873.24 $ 

Public Health: 

General Revenue $ 22,998,083.00 $ 20,749,450.44 $ 

Alcoholism Treatment 

Program 336,600.00 336,240.58 

Alcoholism Treatment 

Program No Approp. 82,450.00 

Emergency Medical Service 

System 2,612,945.00 1,523,463.49 

Hospital Construction 6,500,000.00 6,425,025.20 

Illinois Family Planning. . 129,268.00 60,654.65 
Maternal and Child Health 

Services 16,118,585.00 12,929,967.22 

Medicare Program 594,100.00 529,219.74 

Public Health Services 5,386,520.00 4,476,203.12 

U.S.D.A. Woman and Infant 

Care 4,127,000.00 3,632,019.20 

Total $ 58,803,101.00 $ 50,744,693.64 ! 

Registration and Education.. $ 12,512,062.00 $ 12,210,899.53 ! 



8,429,124.76 $ 24,967,367.99 

1,200,817.28 1,380,589.35 

296,237.70 666,961.66 



442,490.13 



105,965.83 



.00 30,789.05 

5,098,354.50 439,900.39 

.00 154,780.54 



92,368.10 



83,386.48 



15,559,392.47 $ 27,829,741.29 

110,072.64 $ 404,331.54 

22,189.02 $ 125,053.91 



168,985.80 $ 443,617.44 
63,266.82 231,088.88 



232,252.62 $ 674,706.32 



30,804,626.73 $ 17,854,377.89 

155,569.67 675,066.27 

.00 2,054,162.52 



30,960,196.40 $ 20,583,606.68 



2,248,632.56 $ 3,040,630.44 



359.42 


9,572.01 


.00 


.00 


1,089,481.51 


632,819.82 


74,974.80 


88,222.00 


68,613.35 


969.02 


3,188,617.78 


3,260,541.55 


64,880.26 


34,234.68 


910,316.88 


527,897.49 


494,980.80 


857,086.61 


5 8,140,857.36 $ 


8,451,973.62 


> 301,162.47 $ 


762,027.10 






33 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
Summary By Agency and Fund 
APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 
(General Revenue Fund Unless Otherwise Noted) 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Revenue : 

General Revenue $ 234,329,016.73 

Motor Fuel Tax - State 22,598,909.00 

State Lottery 63,653,209.00 

Total $ 320,581,134.73 

Transportation: 

General Revenue $ 46,454,300.00 

Road 1, 146,746,850.00 

Motor Fuel Tax •- State 2,889,800.00 

Motor Fuel Tax - Counties. 78,000,000.00 

Motor Fuel Tax - 

Municipalities 106, 100,000.00 

Motor Fuel Tax - Townships 

and Road Districts . .. 37,200,000.00 

Grade Crossing Protection. 7,787,000.00 

Aeronautics 110,600.00 

Downstate Public Transpor- 
tation 6,000,000.00 

Public Transportation 107,000,000.00 

Transportation Bond 

Series A 339,656,800.96 

Transportation Bond 

Series B 132,179,845.25 

Federal Airport 18,000,000.00 

Air Transportation 
Revolving 232,000.00 

Total $ 2,028,357,196.21 

Other Agencies: 

Arts Council $ 927,719.00 

Banks and Trust Companies, 

Commissioner of $ 2,349,732.00 

Bureau of the Budget: 

General Revenue $ 1,496,113.00 

Anti-Pollution 46,400.00 

Capital Development 69,600.00 

School Construction 46,400.00 

Transportation Bond 

Series A 69,600.00 

Transportation Bond 

Series B 69,600.00 

Bureau of the Budget Fed- 
eral Labor Projects 21,398,299.00 

Bureau of the Budget Fed- 
eral Labor Projects No Approp. 

CAMPS Manpower Planning 

Program 191,000.00 

CAMPS Manpower Planning 

Program No Approp . 



$ 204,213,086.18 $ 30,115,930.55 $ 31,673,722.67 

21,658,801.39 940,107.61 3,033,905.94 

35,252,575.87 28,400,633.13 3,980 ,1 95.65 

$ 261,124,463.44 $ 59,456,671.29 $ 38,687,824.26 



40,094, 

608,883, 

2,715, 

74,572, 



709.92 
125.98 
877.63 
103.65 



6,359, 

537,863, 

173, 

3,427, 



590.08 
724.02 
922.37 
896.35 



102,471,726.24 



3,628,273.76 



34,156, 

1,342, 

85, 

5,228, 
107,000, 



787.91 
896.24 
261.72 

447.92 
000.00 



3,043, 

6,444. 

25, 

771, 



212.09 
103.76 
338.28 

552.08 
.00 



58,078,178.51 



281,578,622.45 



11,536, 
10,567, 



211.33 
655.47 



120,643. 
7,432, 



231,908.02 



633.92 
344.53 



91.98 



$ 13,133,668.55 

18,724,332.52 

148,801.25 

7,168,438.34 

12,345,654.91 

3,408,665.57 

.00 

18,726.88 

1,266,785.19 
7,328,048.91 

133,920.61 

.00 
.00 

2,719.79 



$ 1,056,964,890.54 $ 971,392,305.67 $ 63,679,762.52 

$ 910,933.05 $ 

$ 2,239,922.37 $ 

$ 1,484,469.91 $ 
24,037.63 
20,813.87 
13,241.62 

.00 

9,012.76 

15,090,089.72 

1,904,471.17 

153,666.13 

57,150.89 



16,785.95 


$ 


38,390.73 


109,809.63 


$ 


119,222.93 


11,643.09 


$ 


91,157.61 


22,362.37 




15,000.00 


48,786.13 




15,732.00 


33,158.38 




9,000.00 


69,600.00 




.00 


60,587.24 




6,000.00 


6,308,209.28 




6,028,709.71 


.00 




328,125.47 


37,333.87 




.00 


.00 




.00 



34 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
Summary By Agency and Fund 
APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 
(General Revenue Fund Unless Otherwise Noted) 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Summer Program for Eco- 
nomically Disadvantaged 
Youth 

Summer Program for Eco- 
nomically Disadvantaged 
Youth 

Total $ 

Capital Development Board: 

General Revenue $ 

Capital Development 

School Construction 

Total $ 

Civil Defense Agency: 

General Revenue $ 

Civil Defense Adminis- 
trative 

Community Shelter Program. 

Federal Aid Disaster 

Federal Civil Defense 

Maintenance and Calibra- 
tion 

Total $ 

Civil Service Commission.... $ 

Commerce Commission: 

Motor Vehicle $ 

""Public Utility 

Total $ 

Comprehensive Health Plan- 
ning Agency: 

General Revenue $ 

U.S. Comprehensive Health 
Planning 

Total $ 

Court of Claims: 

General Revenue $ 

Road 

Total $ 

Dangerous Drugs Commission: 

General Revenue $ 

Dangerous Drugs Commission 

Total $ 



1,291,900.00 



992,320.32 



No Approp. 



299,579.68 



.00 



.00 



,00 



367,587.99 

24,678,912.00 $ 20,116,862.01 $ 6,891,260.04 $ 6,493,724.79 



8,436,207.00 $ 5,631,339.64 $ 2,804,867.36 $ 163,735.00 

301,418,292.24 98,035,836.52 203,382,455.72 1,533,142.86 

135,000,000.00 18,289,526.02 116,710,473.98 ^00 

444,854,499.24 $ 121,956,702.18 $ 322,897,797.06 $ 1,696,877.86 



1,060,213.00 $ 

1,040,794.00 

72,500.00 

6,000,000.00 

500,000.00 



87,000.00 



1,760,507.00 
234,492.00 



1,595,400.00 
2,707,374.00 



4,302,774.00 $ 



394,594.00 
390,630.00 



955,601.70 
125,000.00 



4,074,778.00 
2,223,800.00 



701,696.54 $ 

1,227,988.70 

86,918.84 

7,773,073.44 

354,382.17 



84,402.56 

$ 10,228,462.25 $ 
$ 230,757.81 $ 



3,885,704.41 $ 



$ 369,294.65 $ 

343,947.68 

785,224.00 $ 713,242.33 $ 



$ 947,939.72 $ 
110,997.68 



1,058,937.40 $ 



358,516.46 

4,566.84 

.00 

.00 

145,617.83 

2,597.44 



511,298.57 
3,734.19 



1,427,985.43 $ 167,414.57 
2,457,718.98 249,655.02 



417,069.59 



25,299.35 
46,682.32 



$ 246,672.64 

240,438.76 

4,056.50 

70,443.03 

42,289.85 

4,962.01 

$ 608,862.79 

$ 11,646.08 



$ 80,923.14 
148,096.34 

$ 229,019.48 



$ 47,916.83 
33,703.63 



71,981.67 $ 



81,620.46 



7,661.98 
14,002.32 



$ 378,582.60 
28,809.18 



21,664.30 $ 407,391.78 



3,967,498.25 $ 107,279.75 
2, 158,, 026. 45 65,773.55 



$ 630,057.80 
495,571.33 



6,298,578.00 $ 



6,125,524.70 $ 



173,053.30 $ 1,125,629.13 






35 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
Summary By Agency and Fund 
APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 
(General Revenue Fund Unless Otherwise Noted) 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Environmental Protection 
Agency: 

General Revenue $ 

Anti-Pollution 

Environmental Protection. . 
Environmental Protection. . 

Total $ 

Fair Employment Practices 
Commission: 

General Revenue $ 

Special Projects Division. 

Total $ 

Fire Protection Personnel 
Standards and Education 
Commission: 
Local Fire Protection 
Personnel $ 

Illinois Energy Coordinator, 
Office of the $ 

Governor's Office of 
Manpower: 
Summer Program for Econom- 
ically Disadvantaged Youth 

Governor's Traffic Safety 
Coordinating Committee: 
Highway Safety $ 

Historical Library $ 

Human Relations, 
Commission on $ 

Illinois Energy 
Resources Commission $ 

Illinois Law Enforcement 
Commission: 

General Revenue $ 

Criminal Justice Trust.... 
Criminal Justice Trust. ... 

Total $ 

Industrial Commission: 

General Revenue $ 

Federal Occupational 
Safety and Health In- 
formation 



8,339,097.00 $ 
225,138,059.68 
3,164,099.00 
No Approp. 

236,641,255.68 $ 



950,073.00 $ 
137,000.00 



1,087,073.00 $ 

623,225.00 $ 

417,084.62 $ 

No Approp. $ 

15,900,015.00 $ 

1,774,780.97 $ 

525,478.00 $ 

100,000.00 $ 



2,629,770.00 $ 
34,574,620.00 
No Approp. 



8,057,094.95 $ 282,002.05 $ 1,234,048.84 

30,695,108.03 194,442,951.65 183,300.00 

3,152,664.17 11,434.83 75,891.45 

284,783.11 .00 237,808.18 



42,189,650.26 $ 194,736,388.53 $ 1,731,048.47 



943,646.22 $ 
119,934.92 



6,426.78 $ 
17,065.08 



73,537.80 
24,738.03 



1,063,581.14 $ 



23,491.86 $ 



613,817.13 $ 9,407.87 $ 449,000.73 
388,655.87 $ 28,428.75 $ 59,643.13 



732,062.69 



.00 



6,135,274.39 $ 9,764,740.61 $ 1,499,239.38 
1,760,578.29 $ 14,202.68 $ 114,318.59 



525,355.49 $ 
29,479.57 $ 



122.51 $ 35,163.21 



70,520.43 $ 3,643.72 



2,330,285.50 $ 299,484.50 $ 305,859.72 

27,773,043.04 6,801,576.96 4,382,107.45 

1,895,463.17 ^00 464,939.00 



37,204,390.00 $ 31,998,791.71 $ 7,101,061.46 $ 5,152,906.17 
2,585,937.00 $ 2,556,974.52 $ 28,962.48 $ 422,273.47 
1,188,086.00 234,354.04 953,731.96 2,792.42 



}6 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
Summary By Agency and Fund 
APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 
(General Revenue Fund Unless Otherwise Noted) 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Industrial Commission (Concluded) 
Federal Occupational Safety 
and Health Information 



Total, 



Institute for Environmental 
Quality: 

General Revenue 

Public Utility 



Total 

Liquor Control Commission. 

Local Government Law En- 
forcement Officers Train- 
ing Board: 

General Revenue 

Local Governmental Law 
Enforcement Officers... 





No Appro p. 


$ 


50,293.08 
2,841,621.64 


$ 


.00 
982,694.44 


$ 


-4,389.00 


$ 


3,774,023.00 


420,676.89 


$ 


428,676.00 


$ 


358,354.91 


$ 


70,321.09 


$ 


116,153.70 




1,127,566.00 




1,079,917.87 




47,648.13 




274,777.10 


$ 


1,556,242.00 


$ 


1,438,272.78 


$ 


117,969.22 


$ 


390,930.80 


$ 


390,089.00 


$ 


367,762.40 


$ 


22,326.60 


$ 


14,724.80 



Total $ 

Medical Center Commission... $ 



Mental Health 
Planning Board. 



Metropolitan Fair and Ex- 
position Authority: 
Metropolitan Fair and Ex- 
position Authority Re- 
construction 



Pollution Control Board. 



Racing Board: 

Agricultural Premium. 



Savings and Loan Association 
Commissioner of 

State Appellate Defender.... 

State Board of Education.... 

State Board of Elections.... 

State Employees Retirement 
System: 

General Revenue 

State Pensions 



} 283,180.00 


$ 


280,543.56 


$ 


2,636.44 


$ 


250,137.07 


2,811,142.00 




2,424,920.62 




386,221.38 




2,320,377.55 


J 3,094,322.00 


$ 


2,705,464.18 


$ 


388,857.82 


$ 


2,570,514.62 


J 256,719.74 


$ 


205,618.13 


$ 


51,101.61 


$ 


53,630.95 


? 66,560.00 


$ 


61,423.02 


$ 


5,136.98 


$ 


6,779.86 



Total $ 



State Fair Agency: 

Agricultural Premium $ 



11,250,000.00 
734,615.00 

1,868,076.00 

977,255.00 
1,650,334.00 

149,400.00 
2,919,500.00 

120,795.00 
178,600.00 

299,395.00 $ 271,660.21 $ 27,734.79 
5,783,171.00 $ 5,110,617.53 $ 672,553.47 



$ 


11,250,000.00 




.00 




.00 


$ 


638,519.40 


$ 


96,095.60 


$ 


57,578.81 


$ 


1,828,594.73 


$ 


39,481.27 


$ 


98,547.19 


$ 


940,548.24 


$ 


36,706.76 


$ 


49,286.67 


$ 


1,487,898.20 


$ 


162,435.80 


$ 


39,785.29 


$ 


122,475.20 


$ 


26,924.80 


$ 


5,270.82 


$ 


2,768,601.16 


$ 


150,898.84 


$ 


253,374.85 


$ 


93,060.21 


$ 


27,734.79 


$ 


14,014.98 




178,600.00 




.00 




.00 



$ 14,014.98 
$ 747,708.24 






37 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
Summary By Agency and Fund 
APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 

(General Revenue Fund Unless Otherwise Noted) 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



State Fair Agency (Concluded) 
Illinois Fund for Illinois 

Colts 

Capital Development 

State Fair Trust 

Total $ 

St. Louis Metropolitan 
Area Airport Authority. .... $ 



508,700.00 
847,600.00 
250,000.00 



7,389,471.00 $ 



578,173.00 $ 



496,533.90 

.00 

81,932.66 



12,166.10 
847,600.00 
168,067.34 



5,689,084.09 $ 1,700,386.91 $ 



2,350.18 

.00 

5,563.43 



755,621.85 



512,268.62 $ 65,904.38 $ 201,064.00 



Teachers' Retirement System: 

General Revenue $ 

State Pensions Fund 

Total $ 



,400,000.00 
645,100.00 



$ 7,077,993.82 $ 1,322,006.18 
645,100.00 .00 



9,045,100.00 $ 



$ 83,333.37 
.00 



7,723,093.82 $ 1,322,006.18 $ 83,333.37 



Teachers' Pension and Re- 
tirement System - Chicago. . $ 



250,000.00 $ 



250,000.00 



.00 



.00 



Veterans Commission: 
General Revenue.... 
G.I. Education 



Total. 



3,480,275.00 
364,438.00 



$ 3,297,000.98 $ 183,274.02 
349,813.95 14,624.05 



3,844,713.00 $ 



3,646,814.93 $ 



$ 295,833.69 
19,150.79 



197,898.07 $ 314,984.48 



Vocational Education: 

General Revenue 

Vocational Education. 
Vocational Education. 



Total. 



15,853,700.00 

40,002,200.00 

No Approp. 



15,530,776.71 $ 322,923.29 

38,847,962.99 1,154,237.01 

325,713.78 ^ 



$ 7,858,899.16 

12,051,469.35 

207,470.04 



55,855,900.00 $ 54,704,453.48 $ 1,477,160.30 $ 20,117,838.55 



Vocational Rehabilitation: 

General Revenue $ 5,901,530.00 

Illinois Veterans Re- 
habilitation 450,000.00 

Old Age Survivors 

Insurance 9,600,000.00 

Vocational Rehabilitation. 40,024,188.00 



$ 5,866,574.46 $ 

268,605.69 

7,400,078.14 
36,819,357.85 



34,955.54 

181,394.31 

2,199,921:86 
3,204,830.15 



$ 453,079.95 

208,282.08 

599,849.15 
7,275,592.74 



Total. 



55,975,718.00 $ 50,354,616.14 $ 5,621,101.86 $ 8,536,803.92 



Higher Education: 

Board of Higher Education. $ 24,264,700.00 

Board of Governors $ 1,219,900.00 



$ 24,152,735.33 $ 
$ 1,199,316.53 $ 



111,964.67 
20,583.47 



$ 7,208,203.64 
$ 65,691.26 



Chicago State University: 

General Revenue $ 13,820,105.08 

Chicago State University 
Income 2,920,700.00 

Total $ 16,740,805.08 



$ 13,408,252.05 $ 

2,813,340.10 
$ 16,221,592.15 $ 



411,853.03 
107,359.90 



238,201.91 
648,045.67 



519,212.93 $ 886,247.58 



38 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
Summary By Agency and Fund 
APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 
(General Revenue Fund Unless Otherwise Noted) 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Eastern Illinois University: 

General Revenue $ 16,368,625.00 

Road 346,100.00 

Eastern Illinois Univer- 
sity Income 3,203,100.00 

Total $ 19,917,825.00 

Governors State University: 

General Revenue $ 10,341,780.48 

Governors State Univer- 
sity Income 1,237,000.00 

Total $ 11,578,780.48 

Northeastern Illinois 
University: 

General Revenue $ 14,097,415.19 

Northeastern Illinois 
University Income 3,633,200.00 

Total $ 17,730,615.19 

Western Illinois University: 

General Revenue $ 21,358,501.00 

Western Illinois Univer- 
sity Income 5, 353,500.00 

Total $ 26,712,001.00 

Board of Regents: 

General Revenue $ 369,800.00 

Road 80,649. 17 

Total $ 450,449.17 

Illinois State University: 

General Revenue $ 30,712,965.00 

Illinois State Univer- 
sity Income 7,239,300.00 

Total $ 37,952,265.00 

Northern Illinois University: 

General Revenue $ 39,585,775.31 

Northern Illinois Uni- 
versity Income 7,210,500.00 

Total $ 46,796,275.31 

Sangamon State University: 

General Revenue $ 8,790,248.71 

Sangamon State University 
Income 986,500.00 

Total $ 9,776,748.71 



16,198,492.81 $ 
58,110.25 

3,193,267.37 



170,132.19 
287,989.75 



19,449,870.43 $ 

9,833,445.86 $ 
738,087.90 



467,954.57 



508,334.62 
498,912.10 



290,409.86 
.00 

690,954.94 

981,364.80 



79,596.80 
191,381.96 



10,571,533.76 $ 



1,007,246.72 $ 270,978.76 



? 13,937,184.70 


$ 


160,230.49 


$ 


96,906.14 


3,622,320.79 




10,879.21 




181,373.11 


5 17,559,505.49 


$ 


171,109.70 


$ 


278,279.25 


5 21,184,917.57 


$ 


173,583.43 


$ 


334,460.41 


5,211,659.53 




141,840.47 




1,416,031.17 


? 26,396,577.10 


$ 


315,423.90 


$ 


1,750,491.58 


J 362,629.46 


$ 


7,170.54 


$ 


16,474.10 


80,649.17 




.00 




.00 


J 443,278.63 


$ 


7,170.54 


$ 


16,474.10 


> 30,533,378.25 


$ 


179,586.75 


$ 


627,116.64 


7,201,981.67 




37,318.33 




654,228.70 



$ 37,735,359.92 $ 216,905.08 $ 1,281,345.34 



$ 39,555,060.76 $ 30,714.55 
7,209,423.56 1,076.44 



$ 46,764,484.32 $ 



31,790.99 



$ 8,699,936.15 $ 90,312.56 

761,289.78 225,210.22 

$ 9,461,225.93 $ 315,522.78 



$ 1,155,471.01 

1,440,015.63 

$ 2,595,486.64 

$ 295,901.96 

180,402.98 

$ 476,304.94 






39 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
Summary By Agency and Fund 
APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Concluded) 
General Revenue Fund Unless Otherwise Noted) 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Southern Illinois University: 

General Revenue $ 

Southern Illinois Univer- 
sity Income 

Total $ 

University of Illinois: 

General Revenue $ 

University Income 

Agricultural Premium 

Total $ 

Illinois Community 
College Board $ 

Scholarship Commission: 

General Revenue $ 

Federal Student Incentive 
Trust 

Total $ 

Universities Retirement System: 
State Pensions $ 

Universities Civil Service 
Merit Board $_ 

TOTAL, APPROPRIATED FUNDS $ 



91,144,763.29 $ 90,781,900.58 $ 
8,948,800.00 8,208,595.92 



362,862.71 $ 3,331,098.62 
740,204.08 3,691,556.27 



100,093,563.29 $ 98,990,496.50 $ 1,103,066.79 $ 7,022,654.89 



213,824,593.58 $ 
27,076,400.00 
2,100,000.00 



212,082,358.18 $ 
26,962,896.34 
2,099,999.61 



1,742,235.40 $ 5,573,354.04 

113,503.66 6,893,802.22 

;J39 47,118.41 



243,000,993.58 $ 241,145,254.13 $ 1,855,739.45 $ 12,514,274.67 

105,594,530.00 $ 105,301,803.30 $ 292,726.70 $ 18,440,425.24 

72,485,000.00 $ 68,441,249.91 $ 4,043,750.09 $ 11,001,328.42 

1,300,000.00 1,136,537.50 163,462.50 2,060.50 



73,785,000.00 $ 69,577,787.41 $ 4,207,212.59 $ 11,003,388.92 

159,200.00 $ 159,200.00 .00 .00 

391,800.00 $ 381,827.63 $ 9,972.37 $ 14,940.21 

739,255,854.44* $ 7,290,304, 150.03**$! ,739 ,252 , 155.07 $455,007,398.11 



* Includes supplemental appropriations to complete fiscal year 1975. 

** Includes expenditures of: $7,000,003,699.37 from appropriations; $87,757,548.70 in Excess of 
appropriations; and $202,542,901.96 from No Appropriations. 



TABLE IV (Continued) 

Summary By Agency and Fund 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Legislative Agencies: 

Commission on Intergovern- 
mental Co-operation 

General Assembly Retirement 

Illinois Bicentennial 

Illinois Bicentennial Grant 



Total. 



148.82 

1,741,372.41 

26,103.17 

50,174.77 



1,817,799.17 



148.82 

-201.61 

4,012.45 

6,425.00 



10,384.66 



Judicial Agencies: 

Appellate Court Fifth 

District ILEC 

Criminal Justice Staff. 
Criminal Laws Seminar. . 
Judges Retirement 



Total. 



Constitutional Elected Officers: 
Governor: 

Special Investigations... 



Lieutenant Governor: 

Ombudsman to the Aging Program 



Attorney General: 

Special Prosecution $ 

Secretary of State: 

Library Services $ 

Secretary of State 

Ex-Offender Employment 

Library Survey 

Safety Responsibility 

Total $ 

Comptroller: 

Garnishment $ 

Kaskaskia Commons 

Permanent School 

State Withholding Tax 

U.S. Savings Bonds 

United Fund Deduction 

Warrants Escheated 

Total $ 

Treasurer: 

Protest $ 

Workmens Compensation 

Unemployment Trust 

Total $ 



17,982.65 $ 616.14 

201,819.63 26,290.38 

2,904.98 .00 

5,150,418.23 2,862.97 

5.373.125.49 $ 29,769.49 

27,007.94 $ 2,300.00 

44,249.38 $ 3,721.53 

591,060.11 $ 15,065.76 

3,565,896.64 $ 153,101.67 

33,060.85 1,752.14 

2,449.81 .00 

111,898.20 .00 

3.713.305.50 $ 154,853.81 

9,670.40 $ 905.70 

21,327.54 859.38 

27,069,693.80 1,170,525.90 

4,905,034.46 968.75 

205,961.33 .00 

518,409.69 12,030.78 

32,730,097.22 $ 1,185,290.51 

128,099.58 $ 100,000.00 

207,919.65 -60.00 

483,900,000.00 13,100,000.00 

484,236,019.23 $ 13,199,940.00 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
Summary By Agency and Fund 
NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Superintendent of Public Instruction: 
Dissemination of Adopted 

Materials Visually 

Impaired $ 

Interrelated Education 

Design for Gifted 

Region 5 

Symposium on Teacher 

Collective Bargaining 

Total $ 

Departments: 

Agriculture: 

Commodity Trust $ 

Business and Economic Development: 

BED Comprehensive Training $ 

Governors Office Science 

and Technology 

Water Resources Planning. 

Total $ 

Children and Family Services: 
C. & F.S. Elementary and 

Secondary Education Act $ 

C. & F.S. Local Effort 

Day Care Program 

C. & F.S. Vocational 

Education 

Law Enforcement 

Commission Grants 

Total $ 

Conservation: 

Forest Reserve $ 

Historic Sites 

HUD Conservation 

Assistance 

Youth Conservation 

Corporation Program 

Total $ 

Corrections: 

Comprehensive Offender 

Manpower Program $ 

Correctional Manpower 

Services Project 

Corrections Elementary and 

Secondary Education Act 

Correctional School 

District Education 



32,461.72 



28,495.45 



7,725.00 1,975.90 

3,122.72 350.00 

43,309.44 $ 30,821.35 

4,716.29 .00 

23,834.67 $ 5,469.15 

1,800.10 .00 

77,568.67 385.01 

103,203.44 $ 5,854.16 

666,828.08 $ 170,930.96 

17,792,481.52 2,902,375.75 

146,737.40 12,892.86 

697,486.88 182,416.03 

19,303,533.88 $ 3,268,615.60 

41,086.54 .00 

227,016.00 $ 12,619.42 

1,093,977.50 .00 

153,749.43 15,010.10 

1,515,829.47 $ 27,629.52 

688,155.08 $ 13,211.22 

312,491.94 302.87 

759,900.91 51,364.81 

1,800,838.50 290,924.74 



42 



TABLE IV (Continued) 

Summary By Agency and Fund 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Corrections (Concluded) : 
Correctional Special 
Purpose Trust 

Total 

Financial Institutions: 

Unclaimed Property Trust 

General Services: 

Surplus Property Utilization 

Labor: 

EEA Welfare Demonstration 

Project 

Federal Target Industry 

Inspection 

Total 

Law Enforcement: 

Fire Prevention Division 

Law Enforcement Assistance 

Trust 

State Police Highway 

Safety 

Total 

Local Government Affairs: 

LGA Title VIII Training 

Local Government 

Affairs Trust 

The Housing 

Total 

Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities: 
Federal Assistance Program , 

Military and Naval: 

Armory Rental , 

Mines and Minerals: 
Mines and Minerals 
Federal Trust 

Personnel: 

EEA Section 6 , 

Emergency Employment Act , 

High Impact Employment 

Intergovernmental 

Personnel Act 

On-The-Job Training 

Public Service Careers 

Group Insurance Premium 

Total 



4,816,085.00 896,025.85 

$ 8,377,471.43 $ 1,251,829.49 

$ 85,013.67 .00 

$ 387,286.85 $ 69,461.43 

$ 56,142.85 .00 

42,766.11 ^00 

$ 98,908.96 .00 

$ 64,713.79 $ 3,581.87 

1,116,147.58 512,513.43 

30.30 .00 

$ 1,180,891.67 $ 516,095.30 

$ 33,333.53 $ 3,923.96 

322,493.55 43,103.34 

649,336.73 146,520.97 

$ 1,005,163.81 $ 193,548.27 

$ 51,456.49 $ 11,310.74 

$ 27,832.28 $ 900.65 

$ 78,830.63 $ 9,457.56 

$ 50,613.85 -00 

1,528,271.20 $ 75,779.06 

878,739.76 14,270.37 

479,158.37 

190,217.06 

438.00 

2,144,924.64 _ 

$ 5,272,362.88 $ 






TABLE IV (Continued) 
Summary By Agency and Fund 
NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 



h ', 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Public Aid: 

Medical Payment. . . 

Public Assistance 

Recoveries 



Total. 



Public Health: 

Accident Victims 

Lead Poisoning Prevention 
Medical Review and Safety 

Code Inspection 

Public Health Medicheck 

Program 



Total 



Registration and Education: 
Registration and Education 

Comprehensive Training. . 
Real Estate Recovery 



$ 


802,080,597.40 




6,416,047.46 


$ 


808,496,644.86 


$ 


5.00 




13,500.00 




420,634.24 




740,438.53 


$ 


1,174,577.77 



3,163.98 
20,206.67 



$ 11,518,209.87 

731,576.20 

$ 12,249,786.07 



.00 
$ 13,500.00 



55,952.88 
38,072.00 



107,524. 



$ 445.63 
19,631.67 



Total. 



23,370.65 $ 



20,077.30 



Revenue: 

County Retailers 

Occupation Tax 

Illinois Tourism 

Promotion 

Municipal Retailers 

Occupation Tax 

Tax Suspense Trust.. 



Total. 



Transportation: 

Aircraft Medical Support. 
Coastal Zone Management. . 
DOT Comprehensive Training 
National Transportation 

Study 1974 Trust 

Flood Control Land Lease. 

Local Airport 

Right-of-Way Trust 



Total. 



$ 25,112,719.99 
1,345,711.07 



298,948,070.26 
28,082.75 



325,434,584.07 



77,530.50 

206,000.00 

11,461.74 

78,308.33 

104,734.09 

1,306,709.92 

1,681.90 

1,786,426.48 



$ 


2,407.63 




97,745.45 




6,375.73 




4,830.15 


$ 


111,358.96 


$ 


10,769.77 




99,557.24 




1,615.18 




.00 




.00 




314,011.42 




348.55 


$ 


426,302.16 



Other Agencies: 



Arts Council: 

Illinois Arts Council 
federal Grant 



23,848.08 



.00 



TABLE IV (Continued) 
Summary By Agency and Fund 
NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Bureau of the Budget: 

Coordination $ 

Economic Opportunity 

Governors Office Comp- 
rehensive Planning 

Total $ 

Capital Development Board: 

CDB Contributory Trust $ 

Dangerous Drugs Commission: 
Dangerous Drug Advisory 
Council $ 

Environmental Protection Agency: 

EPA All Purpose Trust $ 

Solid Waste Disposal 

Planning 

Pollution Control Fines 

Total $ 

Human Resources, Office of: 

Alcoholism $ 

Economic Opportunity 

Federal Model Cities 

Program 

Human Resources 

All Purpose 

Madison-St Clair County 

Agreemen t 

State Planning Grant 701 

Volunteers in Court 

Cahokia Mounds Project 

Mobile Health Project 

Total $ 

Illinois Building Authority: 

Public Building $ 

Illinois Housing Development Authority: 

Housing Development Revolving $ 

Illinois Law Enforcement Commission: 
ILEC Comprehensive 
Employment Training $ 

Illinois Municipal Retirement System: 
Illinois Municipal 

Retirement System $ 

Illinois State Board of Investments: 
Illinois State Board of 
Investments $ 



3,986.49 .00 

254,159.37 $ 26,870.76 

55,075.54 .00 

313,221.40 $ 26,870.76 

32.052.283.56 .00 

32,524.06 .00 

17,924.93 $ 6,268.28 

66,358.78 1,297.50 

88,900.00 .00 

173,183.71 $ 7,565.78 

1,057.86 $ 1,057.86 

90,420.20 -75.00 

2,100.69 .00 

62,135.93 12.53 

136,734.23 92,674.44 

15,111.80 .00 

84,425.13 612.04 

367.46 .00 

4,318.97 ^00 

396,672.27 $ 94,281.87 

46.148.337.57 $ 367,035.59 

1,571,901.57 $ -1,150.67 

3,552.32 $ 1,085.85 

415,994,034.51 $ 3,883,496.55 

1,292,827.65 $ 43,677.96 






TABLE IV (Continued) 

Summary By Agency and Fund 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Continued) 



45 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Illinois State Toll Highway Authority: 
Illinois State Toll 

Highway Construction $ 

Illinois State Toll 

Highway Revenue 

Total $ 

Liquor Control Commission: 

S A L N Grant 767 $ 

State Appellate Defender: 
State Appellate Defender 

ILEC Grant $ 

State Appellate Defender 

Total $ 

State Employees Retirement System: 
Social Security 

Contributions $ 

State Employment 
Retirement System 

Total $ 

Teachers Retirement System: 

Teachers Retirement System $ 

Vocational Education: 

CETA Vocational Training $ 

Vocational Rehabilitation: 

DVR CETA Training Program $ 

State Projects 

Total $ 

Higher Education: 

Board of Higher Education: 

BHE Public Service Careers $ 

Community Development 

Training Title VIII 

Comprehensive Planning 

Federal Higher Education 

Higher Education Title I 

Illinois Regional 

Medical Program 

0E0 Grant 

Special Opportunity Grant 

Teacher Training of 

Bilingual Education 

Total $ 



13,283,333.52 $ 67,843.11 

81,252,225.75 2,727,293.73 

94,535,559.27 $ 2,795,136.84 

58,472.01 $ 6,129.84 

137,997.19 $ 6,049.92 

211,680.09 24,756.19 

349,677.28 $ 30,806.11 

163,180,100.28 $ -889.71 

95,509,557.07 69,077.33 

258,689,657.35 $ 68,187.62 

425,885,159.89 $ 462,838.94 

3,090,479.21 $ 1,068,751.18 

22,141.35 $ 5,658.07 

163,146.07 53,785.89 

185,287.42 $ 59,443.96 

7.20 .00 

12.66 .00 

26,105.00 $ 4,902.59 

39,156.49 3,256.29 

591,777.45 23,524.16 

27,873.71 3,554.02 

261.54 .00 

44.16 .00 

6,088.00 .00 

691,326.21 $ 35,237.06 



46 



TABLE IV (Concluded) 
Summary By Agency and Fund 
NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS (Concluded) 



Agency and Fund 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Eastern Illinois University: 
Board of Governors Bond 
Revenue 



Western Illinois University: 
Board of Governors Bond 
Revenue $ 

Illinois State University: 
Board of Governors Bond 
Revenue 



Northern Illinois University: 
Board of Governors Bond 
Revenue 



University of Illinois: 
Morrill Trust 



Illinois Community College Board: 
Junior College Board 



6,068,704.39 



$ 


12 


815,094.50 


$ 


14 


864,455.45 


$ 


14 


796,703.24 


$ 




275,516.00 


$ 




445,553.77 



TOTAL, NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS $ 3,033,738,111.75 



.00 



.00 



.00 



151,876.64 



$ 42,712,824.46 



GRAND TOTAL, ALL FUNDS, 



$ 8,739,255,854.44 $10,324,042,261.78 $ 1,739,252,155.07 $497,720,222.57 



47 



Appropriated and Non-Appropriated Funds 



Detailed 

Appropriations, Expenditures 

and Amounts Lapsed 



Summaries of Expenditures 
By Agency, Category and Fund 



Detailed Expenditures 

By Agency and Division 

By Object 

Classified by Category and Fund 



Sequence of Agencies 



Legislative 

Judicial 

Constitutional Elected Officers 

Departments 

Other Agencies 

Higher Education 



TABLE V 
LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 

Road Fund 

State Pensions Fund _ 

Total , Operations 

Pe rmanen t Imp r o vemen t s : 
General Revenue Fund _ 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Commission on InterGovern- 

mental Cooperation 

General Assembly Retire- 
ment Fund 

Illinois Bicentennial Fund.. _ 

Total, Operations 

Awards and Grants: 
General Assembly Retirement 

Fund 

Illinois Bicentennial Grant 

Fund _ 

Total, Awards amd Grants 

Refunds: 
General Assembly Retirement 
Fund _ 

Total, Non-Appropriated Funds. 



19,565,499.40 $ 17,033,170.65 

255,000.00 194,366.78 

1,600.00 1,600.00 



19,822,099.40 



2,500,000.00 



17,229,137.43 



12,426.00 



22,322,099.40 $ 17,241,563.43 



Non-Approp. 



Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp , 



Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp . 



Non-Approp. 



754,495.11 
26,103.17 



780,747.10 

911,653.53 
50,174.77 



961,828.30 



75,223.77 



1,817,799.17 



2,532,328.75 

60,633.22 

.00 

2,592,961.97 



2,487,574.00 



$ 2,878,206.01 

53,007.71 

.00 

2,931,213.72 
.00 



5,080,535.97 $ 2,931,213.72 



.00 $ 



.00 



.00 



98.39 

4,012.45 



-300.00 
6,425.00 



6,125.00 



.00 



.00 $ 



10,384.66 



Total, Legislative Agencies. 



President, Expenses of the 
Legislative Leadership 
and Staff Assistants 

Minority Leader, Expenses of 
the Legislative Leadership 
and Staff Assistants 

Expenses of Committees, Gener- 
al Staff and Operations, Per 
Diem Employees, Other Commit- 
tees, and Recording Debates.. 



22,322,099.40 $ 19,059,362.60 

General Assembly 

Senate 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



5,080,535.97 $ 2,941,598.38 



875,000.00 $ 



875,000.00 



965,000.00 



853,122.09 $ 



771,582.24 



21,877.91 $ 47,895.48 

103,417.76 45,897.20 



964,595.15 



404.85 



120,922.72 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES (Continued) 



49 



General Assembly 

Senate (Concluded) 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Purchasing on Contract of 
Printing, Binding, Printing 
Paper, Stationery and 
Office Supplies 

President, Allowances for 
Additional Services 

Minority Leader, Allowances 
for Additional Services 

Travel Expenses of Members to 
Springfield on Official 
Business During Interim 

President for Staff, 
Secretarial and Other Assist- 
ance to Members _ 

Total $ 



175,000.00 174,276.01 
20,000.00 1,386.59 

20,000.00 3,895.30 



40,000.00 



649,000.00 



13,391.60 



542,667.91 



723.99 53,191.42 
18,613.41 .00 

16,104.70 1,456.93 



26,608.40 



106,332.09 



.00 



37,145.13 



3,619,000.00 $ 3,324,916.89 $ 



294,083.11 $ 306,508.1 



Speaker, Expenses of the 
Legislative Leadership and 
Staff Assistants $ 

Minority Leader, Expenses of 
the Legislative Leadership 
and Staff Assistants 

Expenses of Committees, Gen- 
eral Staff, Operations, 
and Recording Debates 

Per Diem Employees 

Purchasing on Contract of 
Printing, Binding, Printing 
Paper, Stationery and 
Office Supplies 

Printing Expenses and Other 
Related Costs 

Speaker, Allowances for 
Additional Services 

Minority Leader, Allowances 
for Additional Services 

Travel Expenses of Members to 
Springfield on Official 
Business during Interim 

Expenses of Special Committees 

Speaker, Expenses of Appro- 
priations Committee Staff and 
Operations 

Minority Leader, Expenses of 
Appropriations Committee Staff 
and Operations 

Speaker for Staff, Secretarial 
and Other Assistance to 
Members _ 

Total $ 



General Assembly 

House 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



829,000.00 $ 828,923.45 $ 
815,000.00 771,706.46 



1,633,000.00 
335,000.00 



300,000.00 

100,000.00 

20,000.00 

20,000.00 



120,000.00 
100,000.00 



301,000.00 
289,000.00 



1,620,663.34 
334,306.05 



295,399.04 

84,847.53 

4,213.09 

.00 



50,997.18 
36,357.15 



296,086.39 



269,771.39 



76.55 $ 180,189.07 



43,293.54 



4,600.96 
15,152.47 
15,786.91 
20,000.00 



69,002.82 
63,642.85 



4,913.61 



19,228.61 



130,561.93 



12,336.66 175,404.36 
693.95 43,834.96 



56,326.33 

84,847.53 

1,626.59 

.00 



108.00 
6,577.55 



42,527.32 



46,939.19 



1,947,000.00 1,644,699.74 _ 
6,809,000.00 $ 6,237,970.81 $ 



302,300.26 130,600.51 
571,029.19 $ 899,543.34 



50 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES (Continued) 

General Assembly 

Joint Committees 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



■ 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Expenses. 



50,000.00 $ 



17,718.02 



32,281.98 $ 



Auditor General 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. . 

Contractual Services 

Contractual Services 

Contractual Services, No 
Portion of Which may be Ex- 
pended or Obligated Prior 
to August 1, 1974 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



408,825.00 

24,498.00 

14,874.00 

141,000.00 

250,000.00 



1,658,000.00 
26,000.00 
10,000.00 
8,000.00 
35,000.00 
10,000.00 
1,500.00 



362,127.15 

23,005.18 

12,130.14 

109,365.67 

242,808.00 



1,647,047.58 
9,556.35 
9,941.05 
3,606.27 
33,467.51 
6,262.09 
621.97 



46,697.85 
1,492.82 
2,743.86 

31,634.33 
7,192.00 



10,952.42 

16,443.65 

58.95 

4,393.73 

1,532.49 

3,737.91 

878.03 



25,214.00 

1,613.70 

959.09 

68,285.00 

242,808.00 



572,033.32 

1,119.59 

1,250.50 

186.00 

17,393.75 

1,352.90 

102.53 



2,587,697.00 $ 2,459,938.96 $ 



127,758.04 



932,318.38 



Economic and Fiscal Commission 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing... 
Telecommunications Services.. 

Total 



$ 


210,500.00 $ 


186,875.11 $ 


23,624.89 $ 


2,465.10 




15,800.00 


11,609.17 


4,190.83 


.00 




9,600.00 


9,126.54 


473.46 


68.90 




26,000.00 


23,712.43 


2,287.57 


6,230.00 




18,000.00 


12,546.05 


5,453.95 


92.72 




2,400.00 


2,349.89 


50.11 


456.92 




10,000.00 


8,301.58 


1,698.42 


6,070.03 




1,500.00 


759.49 


740.51 


147.55 




3,000.00 


1,226.06 


1,773.94 


3.54 




6,000.00 


4,915.25 


1,084.75 


746.17 


$ 


302,800.00 $ 


261,421.57 $ 


41,378.43 $ 


16,280.93 



Inter-Governmental Cooperation, Commission on 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing.... 



87,900.00 $ 


82,303.05 $ 


5 


,596.95 $ 


4 


,615.00 


5,894.00 


5,122.08 




771.92 




295.36 


4,727.00 


4,466.11 




260.89 




229.34 


8,640.00 


6,858.50 


1 


,781.50 


1 


,542.53 


20,000.00 


18,593.95 


1 


,406.05 




548.98 


3,600.00 


3,462.22 




137.78 




707.93 


245.00 


186.84 




58.16 




18.23 


2,100.00 


2,026.29 




73.71 




201.03 


5,000.00 


5,000.00 




.00 


5 


,000.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES (Continued) 



51 



Inter-Governmental Cooperation, Commission on 

General Office (Concluded) 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Telecommunications Services... 
Council of State Governments.. 
Advisory Commission on Inter- 
governmental Relations 



Total. 



4,282.00 
68,930.00 



1,000.00 _ 
212,318.00 $ 



3,361.51 
68,930.00 



1,000.00 



201,310.55 



920.49 
.00 



.00 _ 

11,007.45 $ 



1,211.09 
.00 



14,369.49 



Inter-Governmental Cooperation, Commission on 

Commission on Inter-Governmental Cooperation Fund 

Operations 



Expenses, Revenue Sharing 
Study 



Non-Approp - 



148.82 



,00 $ 



148.82 



Legislative Audit Commission 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services , 

Travel , 

Commodities , 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 

Total 



$ 


51,800.00 


$ 


50,327.47 


$ 


1,472.53 




.00 




3,900.00 




3,021.41 




878.59 




.00 




1,500.00 




984.30 




515.70 




.00 




5,300.00 




3,811.66 




1,488.34 


$ 


76.28 




14,000.00 




4,620.70 




9,379.30 




.00 




700.00 




419.23 




280.77 




66.96 




2,500.00 




1,724.93 




775.07 




.00 




700.00 




440.56 




259.44 




31.96 




1,400.00 
81,800.00 


$ 


928.39 
66,278.65 


$ 


471.61 
15,521.35 




166.23 


$ 


$ 


341.43 



Regular Positions $ 

Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing.... 

Telecommunications Services... 

Science Research Unit 

Equipment Purchase and Rental. 

Conferences for New Members of 
the General Assembly 

Payment to Sangamon State 
University for Expenses for 
17 Persons Under the Legis- 
lative Staff Intern Program. . 

Payment to the Education Com- 
mission of the States of 
Annual Fees for Membership... 



Legislative Council 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



344,934.00 $ 

30,000.00 

25,800.00 

15,203.00 

29,435.00 

12,000.00 

2,546.00 

4,920.00 

5,000.00 

1,000.00 

12,000.00 

37,500.00 

20,000.00 

20,000.00 



118,730.00 



19,500.00 



320,028.48 
2,140.62 

20,380.34 
9,341.43 

28,357.47 
9,980.65 
2,255.78 
4,289.26 
4,954.23 
.00 
8,106.96 

31,929.34 

19,195.79 

12,038.21 



118,036.01 



19,500.00 



24,905.52 

27,859.38 

5,419.66 

5,861.57 

1,077.53 

2,019.35 

290.22 

630.74 

45.77 

1,000.00 

3,893.04 

5,570.66 

804.21 

7,961.79 



693.99 



945.00 

2,140.62 

-3.45 

35.07 

4,195.56 

816.15 

188.47 

202.55 

240.04 

.00 

742.94 

1,249.46 

19,195.79 

.00 



11,472.00 



.00 



.00 



52 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES (Continued) 



Legislative Council 

General Office (Concluded) 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 
(Including Lapt 
Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Payment of the Expenses of 
Those Representing Illinois 
on the Education Commission 
of the States 

Expenses, Moving and Fur- 
nishing of New Office 

Total 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security 
Contractual Services, Commod 
ities, Printing, and 
Equipment 

Total 





2,500.00 


174.57 




2,325.43 




174.57 




35,625.00 


35,404.50 




220.50 




5,482.36 


$ 


736,693.00 $ 


646,113.64 


$ 


90,579.36 


$ 


47,077.13 




Legislative Council 

Service Unit 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 










$ 


113,051.00 $ 
7,101.00 
5,941.00 


113,035.33 
6,756.73 
2,618.35 


$ 


15.67 

344.27 

3,322.65 


$ 


2,365.30 
31.68 
85.13 




61,660.00 


59,260.08 




2,399.92 




2,155.42 


$ 


187,753.00 $ 


181,670.49 


$ 


6,082.51 


$ 


4,637.53 



Legislative Investigating Commission 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. . 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 



$ 


300,000.00 $ 


296,917.95 $ 


3,082.05 $ 


387.20 




19,250.00 


18,538.95 


711.05 


24.78 




14,500.00 


14,305.97 


194.03 


19.14 




72,000.00 


69,742.42 


2,257.58 


10,138.91 




16,400.00 


14,095.22 


2,304.78 


1,473.10 




6,000.00 


5,707.06 


292.94 


1,078.04 




44,000.00 


35,457.34 


8,542.66 


11,843.06 




16,350.00 


16,308.37 


41.63 


16,087.87 




12,000.00 


11,181.36 


818.64 


4,280.07 




12,500.00 


12,011.71 


488.29 


2,150.49 


$ 


513,000.00 $ 


494,266.35 $ 


18,733.65 $ 


47,482.66 



Legislative Reference Bureau 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. . 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing.... 
Telecommunications Services... 



61,925.00 $ 


440,554.42 $ 


21,370.58 $ 


3,860.32 


29,529.00 


27,462.56 


2,066.44 


100.80 


21,974.00 


13,529.06 


8,444.94 


144.51 


39,400.00 


35,821.04 


3,578.96 


13,338.15 


3,000.00 


1,755.65 


1,244.35 


111.32 


11,000.00 


8,076.89 


2,923.11 


3,197.99 


1,000.00 


537.83 


462.17 


.00 


5,500.00 


4,565.20 


934.80 


1,093.40 


48,000.00 


47,446.99 


553.01 


20,258.63 


6,500.00 


5,121.70 


1,378.30 


515.89 



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LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES (Continued) 



53 



Legislative Reference Bureau (Concluded) 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Preparation, Publishing and 
Distributing the Legisla- 
tive Digest 



Total $ 



392,000.00 



1,019,828.00 $ 



286,121.93 



870,993.27 



105,878.07 _ 
148,834.73 $ 



169,901.46 



212,522.47 



Atomic Energy, Commission on 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



50,000.00 $ 



33,325.64 



16,674.36 $ 



3,292.61 



Bi-State Development District and Agency Visitation Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Expenses, 



2,500.00 $ 



2,199.80 



300.20 



.00 



Children, Commission on 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Total 



$ 


86,226.00 


$ 


80,781.62 $ 


5,444.38 


$ 


5,194.21 




6,054.00 




5,105.28 


948.72 




267.71 




3,547.00 




3,100.37 


446.63 




187.17 




14,920.00 




13,177.65 


1,742.35 




614.70 




18,000.00 




13,205.31 


4,794.69 




1,319.12 




3,025.00 




2,888.23 


136.77 




306.17 




7,322.00 




3,252.88 


4,069.12 




1,295.59 




750.00 




748.87 


1.13 




94.92 




1,975.00 




1,728.95 


246.05 




268.13 


$ 


141,819.00 


$ 


123,989.16 $ 


17,829.84 


$ 


9,547.72 



Cities, Villages and Municipal Problems Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Expenses $ 



60,925.00 $ 



60,889.69 



35.31 $ 



4,725.82 



Counties Problems Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Expenses $ 



50,000.00 $ 



47,534.16 



2,465.84 $ 



12,600.38 



Economic Development , Commission on 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Expenses $ 45,055.00 $ 45,005.38 

Expenses 10,000.00 9,946.34 

Total $ 55,055.00 $ 54,951.72 



103.28 $ 



580.43 
651.41 



1,231.84 



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LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES (Continued) 



Election Laws Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



00 



Expenses $ 30,000.00 $ 23,541.02 $ 6,458.98 $ 

General Assembly Retirement System 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Contribution, General Assembly 
Retirement $ 595,000.00 $ 595,000.00 .00 

General Assembly Retirement System 

State Pensions Fund 

Operations 

Contribution, General Assembly 
Retirement, Pursuant to 
Sec 8.12 Finance Act $ 1,600.00 $ 1,600.00 

General Assembly Retirement System 

General Assembly Retirement Fund 

Operations 

Investments Non-Approp. $ 725,000.00 

Administrative Expenses Non-Approp. 29,495. 11 

Total $ 754,495.11 

General Assembly Retirement System 

General Assembly Retirement Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Annuities Non-Approp. $ 911,653.53 

General Assembly Retirement System 

General Assembly Retirement Fund 

Refunds 

Refunds Non-Approp. $ 75,223.77 .00 

Illinois Public Employees Pension Laws Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 52,800.00 $ 50,805.88 $ 1,994.12 $ 

Study of Public Employees' 

Pensions in Illinois, Reappr. 

from FY 1974 168,907.90 39,095.00 129,812.90 _ 

Total $ 221,707.90 $ 89,900.88 $ 131,807.02 $ 

Illinois Recreation Council 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 10,000.00 $ 9,991.30 $ 8.70 $ 



.00 $ 



,00 $ 



10,289.90 



,00 



.00 
98.39 



-300.00 



.00 



2,504.90 



2,504.90 



2,789.04 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES (Continued) 



55 



Judicial Advisory Council 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Expenses $ 12,500.00 $ 2,952.97 $ 9,547.03 $ 

Little Calumet River Flood Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 5,000.00 $ 495.05 $ 4,504.95 

Mental Health, Commission on 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 10,000.00 $ 4,139.13 $ 5,860.87 $ 

Mental Health Fund Advisory Council 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 15,000.00 $ 3,532.89 $ 11,467.11 $ 

Motor Vehicle Laws Commission 

Road Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 100,000.00 $ 56,930.94 $ 43,069.06 $ 

Northeastern Illinois Planning Commission, Advisory Committee to 
General Revenue Fund 
Operations 

Expenses $ 5,000.00 $ 2,200.51 $ 2,799.49 $ 

Public Assistance, Advisory Committee on 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 101,637.00 $ 101,491.11 $ 145.89 $ 

School Problems Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 33,930.00 $ 32,257.64 $ 1,672.36 $ 

Comprehensive Study of the 
Financing of Special Educa- 
tion Programs 30,000.00 30,000.00 JOO _ 

Total $ 63,930.00 $ 62,257.64 $ 1,672.36 $ 

Senate Operations Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Portrait of Senate President 
William C. Harris $ 2,500.00 $ 1,789.60 $ 710. 4C 



.00 



1,669.69 



2,001.30 



2,648.17 



200.00 



6,995.92 



6,216.29 



30,000.00 



36,216.29 



.00 



56 



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LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES (Continued) 



Senate Operations Commission (Concluded) 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Installation of Electronic 
Voting Devices in Senate 
Chambers, Reappr. from 
FY 74 80,888.50 10,387.77 70,500.73 _ 

Total $ 83,388.50 $ 12,177.37 $ 71,211.13 

Southwest Illinois Metro Area Planning Commission Advisory Committee 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 2,500.00 .00 $ 2,500.00 

Space Needs Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Furniture and Equipment $ 35,500.00 .00 $ 35,500.00 

Expenses 50,000.00 $ 36,783.27 13,216.73 $_ 

Total $ 85,500.00 $ 36,783.27 $ 48,716.73 $ 

Space Needs Commission 

General Revenue Fund 
Permanent Improvements 

Land Acquisition $ 2,500,000.00 $ 12,426.00 $ 2,487,574.00 

Spanish Speaking Peoples Study Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 35,110.00 $ 35,110.00 .00 $ 

Expenses 6,730.0 6,730.00 .00 _ 

Total $ 41,840.00 $ 41,840.00 .00 $ 

Status of Women, Commission on 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 20,000.00 $ 19,998.87 $ 1.13 $ 

Expenses 10,000.00 9,978.07 21.93 _ 

Total $ 30,000.00 $ 29,976.94 $ 23.06 $ 

Transportation Study Commission 

Road Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 140,000.00 $ 135,130.89 $ 4,869.11 $ 



.00 



.00 
1,553.91 



1,553.91 



00 



1,709.25 
6,730.00 



1,135.00 
4,393.92 



5,528.92 



50,359.54 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES (Continued) 



57 



Uniformity of Legislation in the U S, Commission for 
General Revenue Fund 
Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Expenses $ 21,000.00 $ 20,607.79 $ 392.21 

Contributions to the National 

Conference of Commissioners 

on Uniform State Laws 10,500.00 10,500.00 ._00 

Total $ 31,500.00 $ 31,107.79 $ 392.21 

Visit and Examine State Institutions, Commission to 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 40,000.00 $ 23,390.45 $ 16,609.55 

Water Pollution and Water Resources, Commission to Study 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 50,690.00 $ 49,339.39 $ 1,350.61 

Chain of Lakes, Fox River Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 145,000.00 $ 33,841.51 $ 111,158.49 

Data Information Systems Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 25,000.00 $ 24,366.85 $ 633.15 

Expenses 10,000.00 ^00 10,000.00 

Total $ 35,000.00 $ 24,366.85 $ 10,633.15 

House Action Committee on Children Care 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 15,000.00 $ 3,645.28 $ 11,354.72 

Illinois Bicentennial Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 586,760.00 $ 586,730.68 $ 29.32 

Expenses-Illinois Bicentennial 
Commission 600,000.00 38,700.00 561,300.00 

Total $ 1,186,760.00 $ 625,430.68 $ 561,329.32 

Illinois Bicentennial Commission 

Illinois Bicentennial Fund 

Operations 

Expenses Non-Approp. $ 26,103.17 .00 



.00 



.00 



1,854.05 



14,200.15 



7,862.12 
.00 



7,862.12 



.00 



238,769.50 

.00 

238,769.50 



4,012.45 



58 



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LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES (Continued) 



Illinois Bicentennial Commission 

Illinois Bicentennial Grant Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Matching Grants to Illinois 
Commission Non-Approp. $ 50,174.77 .00 $ 6,425.00 

Illinois Insurance Laws Study Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 76,796.00 $ 76,412.84 $ 383.16 $ 7,583.69 

Illinois Mississippi Canal and Sinnissippi Lake Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 7,500.00 .00 $ 7,500.00 .00 

Labor Laws Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 40,000.00 $ 13,890.22 $ 26,109.78 $ 1,597.51 

Legislative Committee to the Regional Transportation Authority 
General Revenue Fund 
Operations 

Expenses $ 5,000.00 .00 $ 5,000.00 .00 

Local Government Tax Study Laws Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 50,000.00 $ 7,929.80 $ 42,070.20 $ 1,725.00 

Model School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Study Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 25,000.00 $ 4,822.48 $ 20,177.52 $ 2,280.97 

Peoria Land Use Study Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 5,000.00 .00 $ 5,000.00 .00 

State Property Insurance Study Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 10,000.00 $ 3,150.00 $ 6,850.00 $ 101.50 

States Attorney Study Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Expenses $ 30,562.00 $ 28,541.98 $ 2,020.02 $ 5,028.56 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LEGISLATIVE AGENCIES (Concluded) 



59 



Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Study Commission 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Expenses, 



6,000.00 



00 



.00 



Expenses. 



Expenses $ 



Township Government Laws Commission 

Road Fund 

Operations 



15,000.00 $ 



2,304.95 



Urban Education, Commission on 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



12,500.00 



5,531.93 



12,695.05 



6,968.07 $ 



.00 



2,392.53 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 

State Pensions Fund _ 

Total , Operations 

Permanent Improvements: 
General Revenue Fund _ 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Criminal Justice Staff Fund. 
Criminal Laws Seminar Fund.. 
Appellate Court Fifth Dis- 
trict ILEC Fund 

Judges Retirement Fund _ 

Total, Operations 

Awards and Grants: 
Judges Retirement Fund 

Refunds: 
Judges Retirement Fund _ 

Total, Non-Appropriated Funds. 
Total, Judicial Agencies $ 



********************* 

JUDICIAL AGENCIES 

Summary by Category and Fund 



42,194,534.00 $ 33,630,023.24 $ 
15,500.00 15,500.00 



42,210,034.00 



33,645,523.24 



60,000.00 28,046.85 _ 

42,270,034.00 $ 33,673,570.09 $ 



Non-Approp. $ 201,819.63 
Non-Approp. 2,904.98 



Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 



Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 



17,982.65 
2,766,967.24 

2,989,674.50 



2,292,283.76 



91,167.23 



5,373,125.49 



,564,510.76 $ 231,254.01 

.00 .00 



8,564,510.76 



31,953.15 



.00 $ 
.00 



.00 

,00 _ 
,00 $ 



231,254.01 



8,596,463.91 $ 232,267.36 



26,290.38 
.00 

616.14 
3,383.80 



30,290.32 



■520.83 



.00 



29,769.49 



42,270,034.00 $ 39,046,695.58 



8,596,463.91 $ 



262,036.85 



II 



60 



TABLE V (Continued) 
JUDICIAL AGENCIES (Continued) 



Supreme Court 

Ordinary Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Extra Help 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Operation Automotive Equipment 

Repairs, Rehabilitation and 
Modernization of the Supreme 
Court Building & Grounds 



650,189.00 
12,300.00 
41,612.00 
22,008.00 

105,810.00 
16,000.00 
13,599.00 

233,818.00 

37,931.00 

18,000.00 

1,891.00 



26,500.00 



633,299.80 

5,673.99 

40,894.38 

19,588.66 

101,483.97 
15,891.08 
12,280.48 

233,447.02 

34,592.61 

14,686.65 

929.26 



23,, 925. 06 



16,889.20 
6,626.01 

717.62 
2,419.34 
4,326.03 

108.92 
1,318.52 

370.98 
3,338.39 
3,313.35 

961.74 



2,574.94 



.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 

9,763.68 

4,174.83 

1,089.43 

139.64 

10,802.23 

3,853.14 

138.54 



12,471.50 



Total. 



1,179,658.00 $ 



1,136,692.96 



42,965.04 $ 



42,432.99 



Expenses. 



Supreme Court 

Ordinary Operations 

Criminal Laws Seminar Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp. 



.00 



.00 



Supreme Court 

Administrative Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Extra Help 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. . 

Contractual Services 

Transcription Fees, Shorthand 

Reporters 

Travel 

Travel, Circuit and Associate 

Judges 

Travel, Shorthand Reporters... 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Impartial Medical 

Illinois Jury Instruction 

Court Peporters Recruitment 

Program 

Total 



$ 


415,139.00 $ 


343,341.66 $ 


71,797.34 


.00 




4,730.00 


2,106.36 


2,623.64 


.00 




26,569.00 


19,548.72 


7,020.28 


.00 




14,895.00 


8,557.00 


6,338.00 


.00 




105,966.00 


103,012.02 


2,953.98 $ 


2,789.35 




575,000.00 


574,963.61 


36.39 


.00 




16,000.00 


13,898.45 


2,101.55 


98.03 




275,000.00 


274,980.62 


19.38 


28,346.66 




65,000.00 


64,934.68 


65.32 


4,754.29 




7,940.00 


7,794.26 


145.74 


658.45 




16,900.00 


16,544.13 


355.87 


331.00 




8,526.00 


8,471.89 


54.11 


430.50 




10,800.00 


10,770.90 


29.10 


2,951.16 




20,000.00 


19,966.10 


33.90 


.00 




4,000.00 


3,960.10 


39.90 


.00 




10,000.00 


2,626.00 


7,374.00 


2,626.00 


$ 


1,576,465.00 $ 


1,475,476.50 $ 


100,988.50 $ 


42,985.44 



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JUDICIAL AGENCIES (Continued) 



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Supreme Court 

Administrative Office 

Criminal Justice Staff Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Expenses-ILEC Grant 405 

Expenses-ILEC Grant 553 

Operations Criminal Justice 

Staff-FY 75 

For Expenses of the Circuit 

Court Pilot Project 

Judicial Education and Court 

Personnel Training Grant 

Expenses 

For Expenses of Conducting a 

Management Review of the 

Appellate Court First Dist. 

ILEC Grant 

Total 



Non-Approp. 


$ 




305.45 


Non-Approp. 






173.13 


Non-Approp. 




101 


634.47 


Non-Approp . 




55 


102.91 


Non-Approp. 




34 


,176.67 



Non-Approp. 



10,427.00 



(JO 




.00 


00 




.00 


00 


$ 


2,865.25 


00 




3,126.06 



201,819.63 



,00 _ 
.00 $ 



9,872.07 



10,427.00 



26,290.38 



Expenses of the Juvenile Judge 
Seminar Grant 



Supreme Court 

Administrative Office 

Criminal Laws Seminar Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp. 



2,242.12 



.00 



.00 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Total 



Supreme Court 

Judicial Conference 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



$ 


8,852.00 


$ 


8,430.24 


$ 


421.76 




.00 




567.00 




539.52 




27.48 




.00 




518.00 




493.20 




24.80 




.00 




82,854.00 




58,406.45 




24,447.55 


$ 


4,514.35 




86,381.00 




86,354.87 




26.13 




15,550.32 




1,800.00 




1,106.52 




693.48 




656.46 




7,500.00 




2,564.94 




4,935.06 




546.65 




2,100.00 




1,276.00 




824.00 




.00 


$ 


190,572.00 


$ 


159,171.74 


$ 


31,400.26 


$ 


21,267.78 



Supreme Court 
Salaries for Officers of the Illinois Court Syste 
General Revenue Fund 
Operations 



Judges of the Supreme Court... 

Supreme Court Clerk 

Judges of the Appellate Courts 
Appellate Court Clerk First 

District 

Appellate Court Clerks 2nd, 

3rd, 4th & 5th Districts 

Judges, Circuit Courts (C) 

Judges, Circuit Courts (A).... 
Associate Judges, Circuit 

Courts (M) .-... 



1 


350,000.00 $ 

25,000.00 
,455,000.00 


297,499.44 $ 
24,999.96 
1,293,635.08 




52,500.56 

.04 

161,364.92 




25,000.00 


24,999.96 




.04 


5 
7 


92,000.00 
767,500.00 
765,000.00 


91,999.92 

4,405,687.19 
5,690,143.23 


1 
2 


.08 
361,812.81 
074,856.77 


9 


689,500.00 


6,204,587.47 


3 


484,912.53 



.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
JUDICIAL AGENCIES (Continued) 



Supreme Court 

Salaries for Officers of the Illinois Court System (Concluded) 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Retired Judges Recalled 

21 Administrative Secretaries. 

78 Law Clerks for Judges at 
the Appellate Courts 

Court Reporters Serving on 
Assignment 

Shorthand Reporters Appointed 
by Judges 

Shorthand Reporters, Additional, 
Cook County 

Circuit Judges Assigned to 
Appellate Judgeships 

The Purpose of Reimbursing 
Cook County for the Services 
of 4 Interpreters of a Lang- 
uage Other than English 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. _ 

Total $ 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 



200,000.00 
231,000.00 

1,228,731.00 
110,000.00 

5,586,000.00 
55,000.00 
52,500.00 



40,000.00 
581,177.00 
318,959.00 



106,650.36 
202,266.10 

1,092,311.05 
109,999.00 

5,217,363.38 
48,802.86 
45,833.15 



8,378.00 
436,105.37 
250,666.39 



33,572,367.00 $ 25,551,927.91 

Clerk of the Supreme Court 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



93,349.64 
28,733.90 

136,419.95 
1.00 

368,636.62 
6,197.14 
6,666.85 



31,622.00 

145,071.63 

68,292.61 



[,020,439.09 $ 



.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 

18,932.00 

.00 

.00 



8,378.00 
1,268.44 
1,089.27 



29,667.71 



$ 


165,000.00 $ 


143,348.90 $ 


21 


,651.10 


.00 




10,560.00 


9,174.31 


1 


,385.69 


.00 




6,000.00 


5,650.59 




349.41 


.00 




20,330.00 


19,935.20 




394.80 $ 


1,131.07 




470.00 


461.88 




8.12 


.00 




3,700.00 


3,166.30 




533.70 


907.31 




11,500.00 


10,936.01 




563.99 


270.79 




5,600.00 


5,380.07 




219.93 


4,121.07 




3,000.00 


2,694.46 




305.54 


414.69 




900.00 


850.86 
201,598.58 $ 


25 


49.14 
,461.42 $ 


.00 


$ 


227,060.00 $ 


6,844.93 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Rental of Premises 

Travel 

-lities 

Printing 

Equi prnent 

Telecommunications Services... _ 

Total $ 



Appellate Court, 1st District 

Judges Expenses 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



324,037.00 

20,738.00 

14,211.00 

31,594.00 

636,507.00 

250.00 

2,575.00 

3,014.00 

19,093.00 

43,870.00 



308,590.44 

19,749.78 

11,045.32 

28,229.90 

506,238.66 

.00 

2,515.09 

2,993.51 

18,485.82 

43,869.73 



1,095,889.00 $ 



941,718.25 



15,446.56 


.00 


988.22 


.00 


3,165.68 


.00 


3,364.10 $ 


5,771.41 


130,268.34 


.00 


250.00 


.00 


59.91 


384.95 


20.49 


118.70 


607.18 


10,508.20 


.27 


18,783.16 


154,170.75 $ 


35,566.42 



TABLE V (Continued) 
JUDICIAL AGENCIES (Continued) 



6 3 



Appellate Court, 1st District 

Judges Research Project 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Rental of Premises 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 

Total 



$ 


136,894.00 
8,761.00 
7,679.00 


$ 


132,014.98 
8,448.98 
7,678.67 


$ 


4 


,879.02 

312.02 

.33 




.00 
.00 
.00 




2,547.00 




1,499.35 




1 


,047.65 


$ 


263.91 




6,250.00 




6,250.00 






.00 




.00 




175.00 




137.03 






37.97 




34.93 




1,225.00 




752.73 






472.27 




699.35 




1,917.00 




1,642.94 






274.06 




336.07 


$ 


165,448.00 


$ 


158,424.68 


$ 


7 


,023.32 


$ 


1,334.26 



Appellate Court, 1st District 

Clerks Expense 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Total 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services., 

Total 



$ 


307,500.00 


$ 


292,114.52 $ 


15,385.48 




.00 




19,680.00 




18,695.36 


984.64 




.00 




14,517.00 




14,514.20 


2.80 




.00 




22,000.00 




20,227.86 


1,772.14 


$ 


2,192.07 




800.00 




.00 


800.00 




.00 




6,699.00 




4,798.57 


1,900.43 




807.59 




15,000.00 




8,509.82 


6,490.18 




1,644.85 




3,000.00 




.00 


3,000.00 




.00 


$ 


389,196.00 


$ 


358,860.33 $ 


30,335.67 


$ 


4,644.51 




Appellate Court, 


2nd District 










Judges Exf 


enses 










General 


Revenue Fund 










Operations 








$ 


66,714.00 


$ 


58,508.92 $ 


8,205.08 




.00 




4,270.00 




3,744.50 


525.50 




.00 




3,903.00 




2,304.00 


1,599.00 




.00 




41,590.00 




34,761.01 


6,828.99 


$ 


873.34 




3,800.00 




3,235.85 


564.15 




516.30 




4,002.00 




3,965.10 


36.90 




102.37 




1,200.00 




383.37 


816.63 




8.69 




13,200.00 




13,095.50 


104.50 




762.10 




4,475.00 




4,127.06 


347.94 




1,240.07 


$ 


143,154.00 


$ 


124,125.31 $ 


19,028.69 


$ 


3,502.87 



Appellate Court, 2nd District 

Clerk Expenses 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 119,400.00 

Contribution Retirement 7,642.00 

Contribution Social Security.. 2,500.00 

Contractual Services 45,000.00 

Travel 4,400.00 

Rental Payments, Illinois 

Building Authority 93,530.00 

Commodities 8,000.00 



104,863.25 

6,711.20 

1,170.12 

43,092.35 

353.62 

93,530.00 
5,575.17 



14,536.75 

930.80 

1,329.88 

1,907.65 

4,046.38 

.00 
2,424.83 



.00 
.00 
.00 
,395.60 
.00 

.00 
824.63 



TABLE V (Continued) 
JUDICIAL AGENCIES (Continued) 

Appellate Court 2nd District (Concluded) 

Clerks Expenses 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Total 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Total 





2,500.00 






2,415.05 




84.95 




593.10 




10,000.00 






6,336.01 




3,663.99 




1,257.70 




10,000.00 






4,277.44 




5,722.56 




820.49 


$ 


302,972.00 


$ 




268,324.21 


$ 


34,647.79 


$ 


8,891.52 




Appellate Court, 3rd District 












Judges 


Expense 












General 


Revenue 


Fund 












Op 


erations 












$ 


39,383.00 
2,521.00 
2,304.00 


$ 




38,888.86 
2,488.84 
1,123.16 


$ 


494.14 

32.16 

1,180.84 




.00 
.00 
.00 




24,640.04 






21,970.14 




2,669.90 


$ 


1,175.16 




4,300.00 






4,296.96 




3.04 




.00 




1,200.00 






1,199.37 




.63 




91.59 




1,400.00 






1,208.53 




191.47 




31.02 




10,900.00 






10,384.54 




515.46 




4,055.49 




3,349.96 






3,257.29 




92.67 




787.48 


$ 


89,998.00 


$ 




84,817.69 


$ 


5,180.31 


$ 


6,140.74 



Appellate Court, 3rd District 

Clerks Expense 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Extra Help 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 

Total 



$ 


86,773.00 $ 


85,501.81 


$ 


1,271.19 




.00 




2,500.00 


2,495.00 




5.00 




.00 




5,634.00 


5,631.72 




2.28 




.00 




2,710.00 


2,706.18 




3.82 




.00 




15,500.00 


15,459.17 




40.83 


$ 


704.58 




4,612.00 


4,611.51 




.49 




430.55 




2,970.00 


2,958.24 




11.76 




178.46 




2,300.00 


1,839.05 




460.95 




686.63 




7,398.00 


6,997.04 




400.96 




883.80 




4,030.00 


3,407.23 




622.77 




856.96 


$ 


134,427.00 $ 


131,606.95 


$ 


2,820.05 


$ 


3,740.98 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... _ 

Total $ 



Appellate Court, 4th District 

Judges Expense 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



46,311.00 
2,964.00 
2,604.00 

13,345.00 
1,900.00 
1,100.00 
825.00 
9,375.00 
3,175.00 



46,097.90 
2,950.32 
1,793.61 

11,490.37 
1,886.12 
1,058.60 
565.84 
8,986.21 
2,962.33 



81,599.00 $ 



77,791.30 



213.10 




.00 


13.68 




.00 


810.39 




.00 


1,854.63 


$ 


717.24 


13.88 




78.00 


41.40 




64.37 


259.16 




.00 


388.79 




139.00 


212.67 




801.69 


3,807.70 


$ 


1,800.30 



TABLE V (Continued) 
JUDICIAL AGENCIES (Continued) 



65 



Appellate Court, 4th District 

Clerks Expense 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services . . . 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Total $ 



$ 


109,068.00 $ 


105,490.00 


$ 


3,578.00 




.00 




6,980.00 


6,751.44 




228.56 




.00 




4,690.00 


4,682.70 




7.30 




.00 




10,000.00 


7,099.94 




2,900.06 


$ 


241.56 




1,500.00 


606.75 




893.25 




.00 




1,500.00 


1,383.53 




116.47 




236.44 




2,500.00 


2,422.03 




77.97 




799.72 




8,500.00 


5,324.70 




3,175.30 




.00 




3,000.00 


2,110.29 




889.71 




492.57 




1,410.00 
149,148.00 $ 


529.84 
136,401.22 




880.16 


$ 


.00 


$ 


$ 


12,746.78 


1,770.29 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Repairs 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... _ 

Total $ 



Appellate Court, 5th District 

Judges Expense 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



39,383.00 
2,521.00 
2,304.00 

20,345.00 

4,615.00 

650.00 

1,000.00 

11,290.00 
3,075.00 



36,986.56 

2,367.04 

1,011.74 

18,714.61 

4,611.75 

642.33 

999.64 

11,283.77 

2,551.10 



2,396.44 

153.96 

1,292.26 

1,630.39 

3.25 

7.67 

.36 

6.23 

523.90 



85,183.00 $ 



79,168.54 



6,014.46 $ 



Appellate Court, 5th District 

Clerks Expenses 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appellate Court, 5th District 

Clerks Expenses 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



.00 

.00 

.00 

1,047.64 

458.50 

24.40 

56.71 

36.00 

910.05 



2,533.30 



106,065.00 $ 


96,589.34 $ 


9,475.66 


.00 


6,788.00 


6,181.67 


606.33 


.00 


5,000.00 


2,670.11 


2,329.89 


.00 


17,000.00 


15,494.35 


1,505.65 $ 


1,450.14 


5,000.00 


.00 


5,000.00 


.00 


1,685.00 


1,621.35 


63.65 


222.00 


3,000.00 


2,698.31 


301.69 


301.91 


4,000.00 


3,352.92 


647.08 


323.88 


12,800.00 


8,883.51 


3,916.49 


1,163.87 


3,000.00 


2,366.25 


633.75 


951.05 


164,338.00 $ 


139,857.81 $ 


24,480.19 $ 


4,412.85 



Rehabilitation. 



60,000.00 $ 



28,046.85 



31,953.15 $ 



1,013.35 



66 



TABLE V (Continued) 
JUDICIAL AGENCIES (Continued) 



Appellate Court, 5th District 

Clerks Expenses 

Appellate Court Fifth District ILEC Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps< 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Expenses. 



Non-Approp. 



17,982.65 



.00 $ 



616.14 



Illinois Courts Commission 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



15,000.00 $ 



6,072.90 



8,927.10 $ 



507.58 



Judges Retirement System 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

ODerations 



Employer Contribution to 
Judges Retirement System. 



2,450,000.00 $ 2,450,000.00 



.00 



00 



Judges Retirement System 

General Office 

State Pensions Fund 

Operations 



Contribution to the Judges 
Retirement System to Reduce 
the Accrued Actuarial Re- 
serve Deficiency 



15,500.00 $ 



15,500.00 



.00 



Judges Retirement System 

General Office 

Judges Retirement Fund 

Operations 



Investments 

Administrative Expenses, 

Total 



Benefits. 



Non-Approp. $ 2,700,000.00 
Non-Approp. 66,967. 24 



$ 2,766,967.24 

Judges Retirement System 

General Office 

Judges Retirement Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Non-Approp. 



2,292,283.76 



.00 
.00 $ 



.00 $ 



.00 
3,383.80 



3,383.80 



-520.83 



Judges Retirement System 

General Office 

Judges Retirement Fund 

Refunds 



Non-Approp. 



91,167.23 



.00 



.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
JUDICIAL AGENCIES (Concluded) 



Judicial Inquiry Board 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Per Diem for Non- Judge Members 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. . 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Total 



$ 


90,000.00 $ 


78,686.47 $ 


11,313.53 






.00 




10,800.00 


6,100.00 


4,700.00 


$ 




100.00 




5,760.00 


5,033.10 


726.90 






.00 




3,500.00 


3,195.73 


304.27 






.00 




50,000.00 


44,110.82 


5,889.18 




9 


,675.18 




15,000.00 


6,172.82 


8,827.18 




1 


,596.47 




1,500.00 


1,110.35 


389.65 






571.35 




1,000.00 


632.59 


367.41 






403.95 




1,000.00 


720.82 


279.18 






255.25 




3,500.00 


2,223.66 


1,276.34 






607.34 


$ 


182,060.00 $ 


147,986.36 $ 


34,073.64 


$ 


13 


,209.54 



********************** 
GOVERNOR 
Summary by Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund... $ 1,331,470.00 



NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

Special Investigations 

Total Governor 



Non-Approp. 



$ 1,324,776.22 $ 



27,007.94 



$ 1,331,470.00 



$ 1,351,784.16 $ 



Executive Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 794,563.44 

Contribution 

Retirement 50,459.85 

Contribution Social Security 30,344.84 

Contractual Services 128,900.00 

Travel 51,465.87 

Commodities 11,403. 00 

Printing 7,255.00 

Equipment 531.00 

Telecommunications Services __ 75,795. 00 

Total $ 1,150,718.00 



794,548.69 

50,452.61 

30,344.12 

128,598.56 

51,465.87 

11,243.98 

7,078.04 

531.00 

75,792.41 



$ 1,150,055.28 



Executive Office 

Special Investigations Fund 

Operations 



Special Investigations 
Expense 



6,693.78 



.00 _ 
6,693.78 $ 



14.75 

7.24 

.72 

301.44 

.00 

159.02 

176.96 

.00 

2.59 



662.72 



50,298.59 



52,598.59 



1,620.41 

77.76 

84.19 

15,175.52 

11,980.64 

1,288.11 

2,267.06 

.00 

7,362.97 



Non-Approp. 



27,007.94 



39,856.66 



2,300.00 



68 



TABLE V (Continued) 
GOVERNOR (Concluded) 

Executive Mansion 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 76,400.00 $ 70,722.22 

Contribution Retirement 4,516.31 4,511.47 

Contribution Social Security. 3,583.00 3,555.07 

Contractual Services 50,466.69 50,161.14 

Commodities 40,159.00 40,144.17 

Equipment 5,627.00 5,626.87 

Total $ 180,752.00 $ 174,720.94 



5,677.78 $ 


315.00 


4.84 


20.16 


27.93 


15.78 


305.55 


4,384.35 


14.83 


2,542.92 


.13 


3,163.72 


6,031.06 $ 


10,441.93 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue Fund. 



NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Ombudsman to the Aging 
Program Fund 



Total Lieutenant Governor. 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 
Expenses, Technical Advisory 

Committee 

Expenses, Ombudsman on Aging 

Program _ 

Total $ 



********************* 

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

Summary By Category and Fund 



446,295.00 $ 



Non-Approp. 



441,324.46 



44,249.38 



446,295.00 $ 



485,573.84 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



212,907.00 

13,588.00 

10,665.00 

37,000.00 

30,560.00 

4,500.00 

5,000.00 

15,190.00 

16,155.00 

4,000.00 



212,893.08 
13,545.64 

9,475.75 
36,951.38 
30,547.26 

4,379.46 

4,992.69 
13,921.66 
16,092.20 

2,340.97 



77,005.00 76,599.87 

19,725.00 19,584.50 _ 

446,295.00 $ 441,324.46 $ 

General Office 

Ombudsman to the Aging Program Fund 

Operations 



4,970.54 $ 



.00 



4,970.54 $ 



18,585.00 



3,721.53 



22,306.53 



13.92 


.00 


42.36 


.00 


1,189.25 


.00 


48.62 $ 


2,478.84 


12.74 


7,959.68 


120.54 


474.89 


7.31 


24.33 


1,268.34 


3,181.19 


62.80 


3,880.85 


1,659.03 


527.72 


405.13 


57.50 


140.50 


.00 


4,970.54 $ 


18,585.00 



Expenses, 



Non-Approp. 



44,249.38 



.00 $ 



3,721.53 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ATTORNEY GENERAL 

Summary by Category and Fund 



69 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue Fund. 



8,977,593.00 $ 8,330,964.79 $ 



646,628.21 $ 358,731.90 



NON- APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations : 
Special Prosecution Fund. 

Total Attorney General 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Rental Payments to Illinois 
Building Authority 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Matching Funds for Grant Under 
Title I, Crime Control Act 
of 1973 _ 

Total $ 



Expenses 

Special Prosecution Unit 
Expenses 

Total 



Non-Approp. 



591,060.11 



.00 



15,065.76 



,,977,593.00 $ 8,922,024.90 $ 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



6,418,100.00 
410,758.00 
329,000.00 
964,000.00 
134,300.00 

201,935.00 
60,500.00 

120,000.00 
55,000.00 

180,000.00 

26,000.00 



78,000.00 _ 
,977,593.00 $ 



6,010,928.65 
383,480.13 
276,402.99 
861,080.40 
107,745.11 

201,935.00 
50,316.90 

114,066.93 
53,476.55 

170,019.80 

24,187.33 



77,325.00 



,330,964.79 



General Office 

Special Prosecution Fund 

Operations 

Non-Approp. $ 588,880.72 

Non-Approp. 2,179.39 

$ 591,060.11 



646,628.21 $ 373,797.66 



407,171.35 
27,277.87 
52,597.01 

102,919.60 
26,554.89 

.00 

10,183.10 

5,933.07 

1,523.45 

9,980.20 

1,812.67 



675.00 



974.01 

180.25 

118.73 

197,304.17 

18,405.24 

.00 

4,732.55 

29,907.51 

24,276.83 

56,328.52 

4,508.09 



21.996.00 



646,628.21 $ 358,731.90 



.00 $ 15,065.76 
.00 -00 

.00 $ 15,065.76 



********************** 



70 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SECRETARY OF STATE 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 


Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 


Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 


Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 


Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 


APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 










Operations: 
General Revenue Fund 


$ 23,478,446.00 


$ 21,250,007.30 


$ 2,228,438.70 


$ 1,801,930.61 


Road Fund 


50,844,204.00 


49,182,025.50 


1,662,178.50 


4,034,595.45 


Vehicle Recycling Fund... 


25,000.00 


1,541.07 


23,458.93 


516.17 


Total Operations 


74,347,650.00 


70,433,573.87 


3,914,076.13 


5,837,042.23 


Awards and Grants: 










General Revenue Fund 


10,078,500.00 


10,043,603.12 


34,896.88 


292,026.54 


Permanent Improvements: 










General Revenue Fund 


3,150,000.00 


2,016,230.36 


1,133,769.64 


.00 


Road Fund 


6,525,000.00 


1,139,539.06 


5,385,460.94 


49,643.89 


Capital Development Fund 


4,000,000.00 


103,860.82 


3,896,139.18 


.00 


Total Permanent Improve- 












13,675,000.00 


3,259,630.24 


10,415,369.76 


49,643.89 


Refunds : 










General Revenue Fund 


165,000.00 


1,097.81 


163,902.19 


247.21 


Road Fund 


660,000.00 


659,100.80 


899.20 


112,610.01 


Total Refunds 


825,000.00 


660,198.61 


164,801.39 


112,857.22 


Total Appropriated Funds. 


$ 98,926,150.00 


$ 84,397,005.84 


$ 14,529,144.16 


$ 6,291,569.88 



NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Secretary of State Ex- 
Offender Employment 

Program Fund 

Library Services Fund. 

Library Survey Fund . . 

Safety Responsibility 

Fund 



Total Non-Appropriated Funds 

Total Secretary of State $ 



Regular Positions $ 

Extra Help 

Contribution Retirement... 
Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 



Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 

Non-Approp . 



98,926,150.00 



33,060.85 

3,565,896.64 

2,449.81 

111, 898.20 

3,713,305.50 



.00 


$ 


1,752.14 


.00 




153,101.67 


.00 




.00 



,00 



154,853.81 



110,311.34 $ 14,529,144.16 $ 6,446,423.69 



General Office 
General Revenue Fi 
Operations 



745,496.00 $ 


2,743,748.40 $ 


1,747.60 $ 


122,744.71 


13,000.00 


3,024.00 


9,976.00 


1,512.00 


176,586.00 


176,585.84 


.16 


8,311.38 


127,823.00 


105,895.81 


21,927.19 


5,518.22 


330,795.00 


315,516.66 


15,278.34 


35,906.11 


86,600.00 


71,653.52 


14,946.48 


7,496.01 


38,050.00 


36,059.38 


1,990.62 


2,748.25 


66,100.00 


64,102.12 


1,997.88 


6,380.82 


354,106.00 


350,480.54 


3,625.46 


21,510.93 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SECRETARY OF STATE (Continued) 

General Office (Continued) 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



71 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Telecommunications Services. 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
men t 

Library Services for Cor- 
rectional Institutions 

Library Services for the 
Blind and Physically Handi- 
capped 

Administrative Expenses 
Providing Library Services. 

Total 



$ 


91,875.00 


$ 


91,848.05 


$ 


26.95 


$ 


36,299.83 




30,320.00 




20,486.98 




9,833.02 




3,505.78 




548,277.00 




548,277.00 




.00 




.00 




547,080.00 




547,070.00 




10.00 




.00 




40,430.00 
5,196,538.00 


$ 


2,589.12 
5,077,337.42 




37,840.88 




.00 


$ 


$ 


119,200.58 


$ 


251,934.04 



Establishment, Per Capita, 
Area & Equalization Grants 
Pursuant to Library System 
Act $ 

Research & Reference Facil- 
ities Grants Pursuant to 
Library System Act 

Total $ 



Planning, Initial Phases of 
Construction, Regional 
Library Building, Chicago 
for the Blind & Handicapped $ 



Administrative Expense, 
Illinois Insurance Code 
Amendments, HB-950,78th G.A. 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



9,478,500.00 $ 9,443,603.57 
600,000.00 599,999.55 



10,078,500.00 



10,043,603.12 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



350,000.00 



General Office 

Road Fund 

Operations 



125,000.00 



General Office 

Vehicle Recycling Fund 

Operations 



34,896.43 $ 115,123.41 



.45 



34,896. 



350,000.00 



125,000.00 



176,903.13 



292,026.54 



.00 



00 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses of the Vehicle 
Recycling Board 



25,000.00 



1,541.07 



23,458.93 $ 



516.17 



72 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SECRETARY OF STATE (Continued) 

General Offices (Continued) 

Library Services Fund 

Operations 



Appropriationed for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Library Services 



Non-Approp. 



3,565,896.64 



General Offices 

Secretary of State Ex-Offender Employment Program Fund 

Operations 



Secretary of State Ex-Offender 
Employment Program Fund. . . . 



Non-Approp. 



.00 $ 



Expenses. 



Regular Positions $ 

Extra Help 

Contribution Retirement. .... 

Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services. 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Purchase & Distribution of 
Supreme & Appellate Court 
Reports & Other Legal Public 
ations 

Publishing Proposed Consti- 
tutional Amendments 

Publishing Propositions Other 
Than Consitutional Amend 
ments 

Total $ 



153,101.67 



1,752.14 



General Offices 






Library 


Survey 


Fund 






Operations 








Non-Approp. 


$ 


2,449.81 


.00 


.00 


Commercial 








General 


Revenue 


Fund 






Ope 


rations 








$ 2,455,635.00 


$ 


2,416,138.92 $ 


39,496.08 $ 


88,189.63 


74,360.00 




56,192.10 


18,167.90 


5,797.40 


161,919.00 




157,708.37 


4,210.63 


6,034.07 


131,560.00 




102,634.42 


28,925.58 


4,020.58 


658,975.00 




512,726.12 


146,248.88 


49,380.16 


66,416.00 




38,829.56 


27,586.44 


2,563.96 


35,500.00 




25,426.84 


10,073.16 


2,831.03 


312,052.00 




215,590.18 


96,461.82 


112,278.38 


115,305.00 




113,249.41 


2,055.59 


22,959.57 


74,100.00 




31,423,50 


42,676.50 


6,228.42 


40,106.00 




15,977.89 


24,128.11 


2,539.77 


120,000.00 




88,826.10 


31,173.90 


16,887.50 


800,000.00 

f 




567,529.37 


232,470.63 


.00 


800,000.00 


$ 


.00 


800,000.00 


.00 


$ 5,845,928.00 


4,342,252.78 $ 


1,503,675.22 $ 


319,710.47 



Commercial 

Safety Responsibility Fund 

Operations 



Legal Publications. 



Non-Approp. 



111,898.20 



.00 



.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SECRETARY OF STATE (Continued) 



73 



Communications 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 266,924.00 

Contribution Retirement 17,140.00 

Contribution Social Security 13,932.00 

Contractual Services 74,839.00 

Travel 7 , 400 . 00 

Commodities 16,778.00 

Printing 557,445.00 

Equipment 9,000.00 

Telecommunications Services 5,000.00 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 1,250.00 

Total $ 969,708.00 



259,560.93 

16,606.01 

7,437.72 

61,998.87 

7,268.73 

10,478.34 

557,434.31 

4,654.18 

4,314.53 

648.58 



7,363.07 

533.99 

6,494.28 

12,840.13 

131.27 

6,299.66 

10.69 

4, 345.82 

685.47 

601.42 



930,402.20 



39,305.80 



2,654.50 

169.89 

64.49 

5,565.85 

360.32 

1,827.67 

254,389.91 

496.00 

84.00 

233.13 

265,845.76 



Regular Positions $ 

Extra Help 

Contribution Retirement .... 
Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
men t 

Total $ 



Fiscal Control 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



1,665,534.00 

489,180.00 

137,902.00 

113,685.00 

59,439.00 

8,750.00 

16,250.00 

13,250.00 

29,050.00 

24,600.00 

2,730.00 

2,560,370.00 



1,641,922.16 

371,373.76 

126,768.94 

91,565.36 

47,678.08 

4,935.48 

15,821.52 

11,932.09 

17,332.50 

20,670.72 

1,927.57 

2,351,928.18 



23,611.84 
117,806.24 
11,133.06 
22,119.64 
11,760.92 

3,814.52 
428.48 

1,317.91 
11,717.50 

3,929.28 

802.43 



79,293.89 
39,987.45 
6,873.14 
5,522.36 
3,642.39 
638.90 
1,779.72 
3,789.60 
6,546.97 
3,955.84 

346.79 



208,441.82 



152,377.05 



Fiscal Control 
General Revenue Fund 
Refunds 



Refunds of Fees & Taxes, 



165,000.00 



1,097.81 



163,902.19 



247.21 



Fiscal Control 

Road Fund 

Refunds 



Refunds of Fees & Taxes. 



660,000.00 



659,100.80 



899.20 $ 



112,610.01 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SECRETARY OF STATE (Continued) 



Management Services 

General Revenue Rund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 834,792.00 $ 777,700.73 $ 57,091.27 $ 35,981.52 

Extra Help 28,744.00 16,728.17 12,015.83 2,831.50 

Contribution Retirement 55,266.00 50,370.24 4,895.76 2,483.39 

Contribution Social Security 44,904.00 28,856.70 16,047.30 1,402.45 

Contractual Services 68,400.00 52,286.74 16,113.26 8,713.63 

Travel 19,500.00 15,308.44 4,191.56 2,314.39 

Commodities 259,927.00 250,169.59 9,757.41 93,985.43 

Printing 3,150.00 51.05 3,098.95 .00 

Equipment 204,050.00 185,162.68 18,887.32 70,513.92 

Telecommunications Services. 20,300.00 11,765.83 8,534.17 4,127.77 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 15,300.00 9,365.36 5,934.64 1,603.84 

Total $ 1,554,333.00$ 1,397,765.53 $ 156,567.47 $ 223,957.84 



Management Services 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Electronic Data Processing. 



(,714,594.00 $ 



8,507,595.65 $ 



35 $ 



858,743.03 



Motor Vehicles 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Extra Help 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Purchase of Motor Vehicle 
Registration Plates 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services. 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total $ 



21,515,694.00 $ 

807,582.00 

1,424,922.00 

1,157,987.00 

4,412,812.00 

474,770.00 

447,242.00 



7,950,000.00 

1,066,010.00 

953,730.00 

502,341.00 



21,311,394.82 $ 

780,672.18 

1,395,402.92 

1,068,086.14 

4,070,326.33 

470,241.51 

363,917.95 

7,949,999.38 
894,927.85 
852,426.11 
437,101.15 



506,520.00 417,525.50 _ 

41,219,610.00 $ 40,012,021.84 $ 



204,299.18 
26,909.82 
29,519.08 
89,900.86 

342,485.67 

4,528.49 

83,324.05 

.62 

171,082.15 

101,303.89 

65,239.85 

88,994.50 



958,880.27 
47,333.31 
62,818.07 
48,730.59 

139,982.85 
49,603.73 

111,430.30 

354,776,35 
265,338.87 
673,167.70 
141,997.47 

91,219.71 



1,207,588.16 $ 2,945,279.22 



Regular Positions $ 

Extra Help 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 



Physical Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



3,760,446.00 

73,361.00 

244,348.00 

182,222.00 

1,597,425.00 

7,137.00 

203,018.00 

54,877.00 

35,200.00 



3,710,307.64 

72,260.87 

237,705.49 

148,224.33 

1,548,686.86 

4,385.79 

202,239.99 

51,954.68 

29,522.20 



50,138.36 $ 

1,100.13 

6,642.51 
33,997.67 
48,738.14 

2,751.21 
778.01 

2,922.32 

5,677.80 



207,498.99 

3,466.40 

10,084.33 

8,600.36 

170,980.96 

436.35 

41,349.63 

27,252.57 

13,431.90 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SECRETARY OF STATE (Continued) 

Physical Services (Continued) 

Ceneral Revenue Fund 

Operations 



75 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Telecommunications $ 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Purchase of Natural Gas, 
Fuel Oil, or Coal 

Statue of Ms. Lottie Holman 
O'Neil for Placement in the 
State House Rotunda 

Repairs, Alternations & 
Rehabilitation Various 
Buildings and Facilities, 
Sangamon County 

Total $ 

Rehabilitation State Capi- 
tol, Phase III, Reappr. 
from FY1973 $ 

Installation of Two Eleva- 
tors Capitol Building, 
Reappr. from FY1972 

Renovation and Remodling of 
the State Capitol Building 
in the Press Area 

Total $ 



28,825.00 


$ 


28,429.03 


$ 




395.97 


$ 


4,793.56 


14,710.00 




14,457.47 






252.53 




2,487.36 


885,000.00 




884,997.17 






2.83 




63,220.03 


25,000.00 




12,000.00 




13 


,000.00 




.00 



240,000.00 



205,149.67 



7,351,569.00 $ 



7,150,321.19 $ 



Physical Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



2,200,000.00 $ 



300,000.00 



300,000.00 



1,886,132.99 $ 



34,850.33 



313,867.01 
207,886.23 
262,016.40 



34,503.01 



201,247.81 $ 588,105.45 



.00 



00 



00 



2,800,000.00 $ 



2,016,230.36 $ 



783,769.64 



.00 



Physical Services 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Repairs, Alterations & 

Rehabilitation Three Motor 

Vehicle Services Facilities 

Chicago $ 225,000.00 $ 184,867.85 $ 

Repairs, Alterations & 

Rehabilitation Various 

Buildings and Facilities, 

Sangamon County 560,000.00 477,540.16 _ 

Total $ 785,000.00 $ 662,408.01 $ 



40,132.15 $ 



82,459.84 



55,275.60 



175,297.60 



122,591.99 $ 230,573.20 



76 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SECRETARY OF STATE (Concluded) 

Physical Services (Concluded) 

Road Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated foi 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Preparing Computer Site, 
Sangamon County $ 

Construction Motor Vehicle 
Services Building, Sanga- 
mon County, Reappr. from 
FY1972 

Land, Construction & Equip- 
ment Buildings Outside 
Sangamon County, Reappr. 
from FY1973 

Total $ 



Rehabilitation of the Capi- 
tol Building Renovation of 
the Senate Chambers 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



1,000,000.00 $ 



625,000.00 



4,900,000.00 



576,100.79 $ 



563,438.27 



6,525,000.00 $ 



Physical Services 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



4,000,000.00 $ 



103,860.82 $ 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



423,899.21 



4,900,000.00 



3,896,139.18 



.00 



61,561.73 $ 49,643.89 



.00 



1,139,539.06 $ 5,385,460.94 $ 49,643.89 



********************** 
COMPTROLLER 
Summary by Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 

Road Fund 

Motor Fuel Tax-State Fund 

Aeronautics Fund 

Agricultural Premium Fund 

Fire Prevention Fund 

Game & Fish Fund 

Illinois Fund for Illinois 

Colts 

Local Fire Protection 

Personnel Fund 

Local Governmental Law 

Enforcement Officers 

Fund 

Motor Vehicle Fund 

Public Utility Fund 

State Boating Act Fund.... 

State Lottery Fund 

State Parks Fund 

State Pensions Fund 

Agricultural Marketing 

Services Fund 

Alcoholism Treatment 

Program Fund 



21,735,177.57 $ 


16,611,817.58 $ 


5,123,359.99 $ 


548 


,130 


.06 


135,499.00 


93,567.04 


41,931.96 


1 


,494 


.90 


188,890.00 


.00 


188,890.00 






.00 


400.00 


.00 


400.00 






.00 


208,141.00 


31,946.23 


176,194.77 






. 00 


103,475.00 


27,331.19 


76,143.81 




-93 


.63 


268,380.00 


17,239.64 


251,140.36 






.00 


3,000.00 


.00 


3,000.00 






.00 


4,092.00 


.00 


4,092.00 






.00 


5,004.00 


.00 


5,004.00 






.00 


70,200.00 


.00 


70,200.00 






.00 


107,600.00 


.00 


107,600.00 






.00 


14,960.00 


.00 


14,960.00 






.00 


236,325.00 


36,100.65 


200,224.35 


-1, 


077 


.41 


43,000.00 


.00 


43,000.00 






00 


16,000.00 


.00 


16,000.00 






00 


14,000.00 


.00 


14,000.00 






00 


No Approp. 


38.76 


.00 






00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
COMPTROLLER (Continued) 



77 



Summary by Category and Fund (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



00E Elementary and Secon- 
dary Education Act Fund No Approp. 

Old Age Survivors 
Insurance Fund No Approp. 

Title III Social Security 
and Employment Service 
Fund No Approp . 

U.S. Mental Health Fund... No Approp, 

Vocational Rehabilitation 
Fund No Approp . 

Communications Revolving 
Fund 8,216.00 

Office Supplies Revolving 
Fund 1,796.43 

Paper & Printing Revolving 
Fund 110.00 

State Garage Revolving Fund 265,566.00 

Statistical Services Re- 
volving Fund 143,000.00 

Total, Operations 23,572,832.00 

Awards and Grants: 
General Revenue Fund 2,034,000.00 

Refunds : 
General Revenue Fund 100.00 

Total, Appropriated Funds... $ 25,606,932.00 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

Garnishment Fund Non-Approp. 

State Withholding Tax Fund. Non-Approp. 

U S Savings Bonds Fund Non-Approp. 

United Fund Deduction Fund. Non-Approp. 
Warrants Escheated Fund.... _ Non-Approp. 

Total, Operations 

Awards and Grants: 
Kaskaskia Commons Permanent 
School Fund _ Non-Approp . 

Total, Non-Appropriated Funds 

Total, Comptroller $ 25,606.932.00 



2,781.60 


.00 




.00 


112.54 


.00 




-55.00 


588.13 


.00 




.00 


118.33 


.00 




23.90 


723.12 


.00 




.00 


.00 


8,216.00 




.00 


.00 


1,796.43 




.00 


.00 


110.00 




.00 


.00 


265,566.00 




.00 


.00 


143,000.00 




.00 


16,822,364.81 


6,754,829.67 


548 


422.82 


2,033,778.84 


221.16 


34 


256.44 


100.00 


.00 




.00 



$ 18,856,243.65 $ 6,755,050.83 $ 582,679.26 



9,670.40 



27,069,693.80 

4,905,034.46 

205,961.33 

518,409.69 

32,708,769.68 



21,327.54 



32,730,097.22 



00 


$ 905.70 


00 


1,170,525.90 


00 


968.75 


00 


.00 


00 


12,030.78 


00 


$ 1,184,431.13 



,00 



859.38 



$ 1,185,290.51 



51,586,340.87 $ 6,755,050.83 $ 1,767,969.77 



78 



TABLE V (Continued) 
COMPTROLLER (Continued) 



Administration 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement.... 
Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



Replacement of Federal 
Warrants-Original Cancelled 



$ 


613,981.00 $ 


612,082.88 $ 


1,898.12 $ 


-234.16 




41,263.00 


38,526.91 


2,736.09 


.00 




30,758.00 


25,702.11 


5,055.89 


.00 




125,600.00 


120,614.71 


4,985.29 


16,969.25 




14,500.00 


14,490.85 


9.15 


.00 
1,791.77 




18,200.00 


15,323.26 


2,876.74 




14,500.00 


14,319.68 


180.32 


1,364.23 




22,400.00 


22,311.45 


88.55 


5,657.22 




30,500.00 


30,378.52 


121.48 


11,534.07 




8,600.00 


4,303.42 


4,296.58 


$ 


549.94 


$ 


920,302.00 $ 


898,053.79 $ 


22,248.21 


37,632.32 



Administration 

Alcoholism Treatment Program Fund 

Operations 



No 



approp. 



38.76 



Administration 

00E Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Replacement of Federal 
Warrants-Original Cancelled 



Replacement of Federal 
Warrants-Original Cancelled 



No approp, 



2,781.60 



00 



Administration 

Old Age Survivors Insurance Fund 

Operations 



No approp. 



112.54 



Administration 
Title III Social Security and Employement Service Fund 
Operations 



Replacement of Federal 
Warrants-Original Cancelled 



.00 



.00 



•55.00 



No approp. 



588.13 



Replacement of Federal 
Warrants-Original Cancelled 



Administration 

U.S. Mental Health Fund 

Operations 



No approp. 



118.33 



Replacement of Federal 
Warrants-Original Cancelled 



Administration 

Vocational Rehabilitation Fund 

Operations 



No approp. 



723.12 



00 



.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
COMPTROLLER (Continued) 



79 



Administration (Continued) 

Garnishment Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Garnishment Levy and Assign- 
ment Payment Made Pursuant 
to Court Directives 



Non-approp. 



9,670.40 



905.70 



Administration 

Kaskaskia Commons Permanent School Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Payments to School Dist.124 



Non-approp. 



21,327.54 



Administration 

U.S. Savings Bonds Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



4,905,034.46 



00 



859.38 



Administration 

United Fund Deduction Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



205,961.33 



Administration 

Warrants Escheated Fund 

Operations 



00 



.00 



Replacement Warrants-Ori- 
ginal Escheated 

Replacement Warrants-Approp- 
riation Lapsed or Completely 
Encumbered 

Total 



Non-approp. 



Non-approp. 



517,209.69 



518,409.69 



,00 



.00 



,00 



12,030.78 



12,030.78 



Records Information Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement.... 
Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Total 



$ 


258,200.00 $ 


255,624.95 $ 


2,575.05 


$ 


.00 




16,062.00 


15,842.93 


219.07 




.00 




13,900.00 


11,861.45 


2,038.55 




.00 




188,700.00 


184,788.35 


3,911.65 




10,739.77 




2,000.00 


1,610.47 


389.53 




58.15 




25,850.00 


19,076.49 


6,773.51 




1,693.69 




2,100.00 


163.40 


1,936.60 




.00 




17,800.00 


17,701.70 


98.30 




11,441.30 




3,550.00 


3,548.41 


1.59 
17,943.85 


$ 


1,035.19 


$ 


528,162.00 $ 


510,218.15 $ 


24,968.10 



so 



TABLE V (Continued) 
COMPTROLLER (Continued) 



Accounting Systems 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement.... 
Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Total $ 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement. . . . 
Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing. 
Telecommunications Services 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total $ 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



333,300.00 

22,803.00 

17,800.00 

85,250.00 

5,900.00 

12,300.00 

4,200.00 

2,200.00 

4,200.00 



331,513.20 

20,657.35 

14,061.83 

85,132.54 

3,778.04 

4,656.83 

4,105.53 

1,386.15 

3,254.02 



487,953.00 $ 



468,545.49 



Operations Division 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

1,207,000.00 $ 1,206,708.86 



72,816.00 

59,000.00 

160,800.00 

2,500.00 

41,600.00 

110,500.00 

16,241.00 

3,711,892.00 

18,000.00 

500.00 



70,721.87 

52,620.45 

159,953.56 

2,436.99 

39,958.23 
108,715.00 

16,237.94 
711,885.41 

17,511.37 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



325.51 

5,400,849.00 $ 5,387,075.19 $ 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



1,786.80 

2,145.65 

3,738.17 

117.46 

2,121.96 

7,643.17 

94.47 

813.85 

945.98 



19,407.51 



332.50 

.00 

19.45 

2,263.33 

2,083.56 

7.67 

1,386.56 

343.50 

2,839.57 



9,276.14 



291.14 $ 


5,882.85 


2,094.13 


15.44 


6,379.55 


350.28 


846.44 


48,995.82 


63.01 


23.04 


1,641.77 


9,944.88 


1,785.00 


26,727.00 


3.06 


10,591.78 


6.59 


237,274.51 


488.63 


14,515.17 


174.49 


.00 


13,773.81 $ 


354,320.77 



Expenses incurred in Mail- 
ing State Lottery Warrants $ 



Expenses. 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement.... 
Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 



Operations Division 

State Lottery Fund 

Operations 



5,000.00 $ 



5,000.00 



Operations Division 

State Withholding Tax Fund 

Operations 



Non-approp, 



27,069,693.80 



Special Audits 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



.00 



00 



$ 1,170,525.90 



$ 253,500.00 $ 


251,394.10 $ 


2,105.90 $ 


.00 


17,184.00 


15,958.75 


1,225.25 


.00 


13,700.00 


11,242.61 


2,457.39 


.00 


35,400.00 


25,582.71 


9,817.29 


2,457.19 


32,100.00 


26,322.50 


5,777.50 


1,923.07 


2,200.00 


1,996.34 


203.66 


23.13 


3,400.00 


3,389.69 


10.31 


.00 


3,400.00 


3,294.11 


105.89 


2,618.03 


3,300.00 


2,202.84 


1,097.16 


508.86 



TABLE V (Continued) 
COMPTROLLER (Continued) 



81 



Special Audits (Continued) 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



364,184.00 $ 



341,383.65 



22,800.35 



7,530.28 



State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employees, 
Effective 9/1/74 $ 

Salaries Members 79th GA 

Salaries of Members of the 
79th General Assembly 

Additional for Speaker, 
President & Party Leaders. 

Additional for Speaker 
President & Party Leaders. 

Senate Per Diem Allowances. 

House Per Diem Allowances. . 

Salary Auditor General 

Salaries Elected Officers. . 

Salaries Other State Officers 

Salaries Other State Officers 

State Contribution to Em- 
ployee Retirement System. . 

State Contribution Social 
Security 

Mileage for all Members of 
the General Assembly 

National Governors Confer- 
ence 

National Conference of State 
Legislative Leaders 

National Society of State 
Legislators 

Contingencies for State 
Officers Salaries _ 

Total $ 



3,920, 
4,830, 

592, 

79, 

42, 

226, 
679, 

40, 

295, 

2,469, 

82, 

209, 
93, 

400, 

11, 

15, 

2, 

44, 



985.57 $ 
000.00 

500.00 

500.00 

000. 00 
560,00 
680.00 
000.00 
000.00 
455.00 
137.00 

610.00 

200.00 

000.00 

500.00 

,000.00 

,500.00 

,100.00 



79, 

42. 
186, 
625. 

36, 

262, 

2,106, 



148, 

65 

300, 

11 

2 

2 



.00 
205.48 

000.00 

500.00 

000.00 
908.00 
684.00 
666.63 
010.95 
964.39 
.00 

278.67 

,541.32 

,840.23 

,500.00 

,941.64 

,500.00 

.00 



3,920,985.57 
209,794.52 

77,500.00 

.00 

.00 
39,652.00 
53,996.00 
3,333.37 
32,989.05 
362,490.61 
82,137.00 

61,331.33 

27,658.68 

99,159.77 

.00 
12,058.36 

.00 
44,100.00 



.00 
20,000.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 
18,504.00 
61,416.00 

.00 

.00 
2,600.00 

.00 

166.40 
1,293.90 
10,422.15 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 



14,033,727.57 $ 



9,006,541.31 



5,027,186.26 $ 114,402.45 



State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Reimbursement to Counties 
per Juvenile Court Act... 

American Appraisal Co. 
Award, Court of Claims 
Case No. 6052 



$ 2,000,000.00 $ 1,999,778.84 $ 



34,000.00 



34,000.00 



221.16 



00 



34,256.44 



Total. 



2,034,000.00 $ 2,033,778.84 $ 



221.16 $ 34,256.44 



82 



TABLE V (Continued) 
COMPTROLLER (Continued) 

State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures (Continued) 

General Revenue Fund 

Refunds 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Refund to Women's Ink, 
Private Employment Agency. $ 100.00 $ 100.00 

State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

Road Fund 

Operations 

$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74.... $ 1,599.00 $ 

Salaries Other State 

0fficers 120,000.00 86,616.61 

Increase Salary Secretary 
Department of Transport- 

ation 1,800.00 .00 

State Contribution to 

Employee Retirement 

System 9,000.00 5 543 46 

Contribution, Social Se- 

curit y 3,100.00 1,406.97 

Total $ 135,499.00 $ 93,567.04 

State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

Motor Fuel Tax-State Fund 

Operations 

$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74.... $ 188,890.00 .00 $ 

State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

Aeronautics Fund 

Operations 

$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74 $ 400.00 .00 $ 

State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

Agricultural Premium Fund 

Operations 

$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74.... $ 163,341.00 $ .00 $ 

Salaries Other State Officer 36,000.00 28,814.30 

Salaries Other State Officer 4,500.00 .00 

State Contribution to Employ- 
ee Retirement System 2,700.00 1 844 12 

Contribution, Social Se- 
curlt y 1,600.00 1,287.81 

Total $ 208,141.00 $ 31,946.23 $ 



188,890.00 



400.00 



163,341.00 
7,185.70 
4,500.00 

855.88 

312.19 



.00 



$ 


1,599.00 


$ 


.00 




33,383.39 




1,350.00 




1,800.00 




.00 




3,456.54 




86.40 




1,693.03 




58.50 


$ 


41,931.96 


$ 


1,494.90 



.00 



.00 



176,194.77 



TABLE V (Continued) 
COMPTROLLER (Continued) 

State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures (Continued) 

Fire Prevention Fund 

Operations 



B3 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74 $ 75,800.00 $ .00 

Salaries Other State Offi- 
cers 25,000.00 25,000.00 

State Contribution to Em- 
ployee Retirement System 1,875.00 1,599.97 

Contribution, Social Se- 
curity 800.00 731.22 

Total $ 103,475.00$ 27,331.19 

State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

Game & Fish Fund 

Operations 

$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74 $ 238,105.00 $ .00 

Salaries Other State Offi- 
cers 27,000.00 17,150.04 

Salaries Other State Offi- 
cers 450.00 .00 

State Contribution to Em- 
ployee Retirement System 2,025.00 89.60 

Contribution, Social Se- 
curity 800.00 ^00 

Total $ 268,380.00 $ 17,239.64 

State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

Illinois Fund for Illinois Colts 

Operations 

$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74. .. $ 3,000.00 .00 $ 

State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

Local Fire Protection Personnel Fund 

Operations 

$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74 $ 4,092.00 .00 $ 

State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

Local Governmental Law Enforcement Officers Fund 

Operations 

$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74 $ 5,004.00 .00 $ 



$ 


75,800.00 


$ 


.00 




.00 




.00 




275.03 




.00 




68.78 




-93.63 


$ 


76,143.81 


$ 


-93.63 



$ 


238,105.00 


.00 




9,849.96 


.00 




450.00 


.00 




1,935.40 


.00 




800.00 


.00 


$ 


251,140.36 


.00 



4,092.00 



5,004.00 



00 



84 


TABLE V (Continued) 
COMPTROLLER (Continued) 

State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 
Motor Vehicle Fund 
Operations 


(Continued) 


• 


Appropriated for 


Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 


Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 


Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 


Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74 $ 70,200.00 .00 $ 70,200.00 

State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

Public Utility Fund 

Operations 

$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74 $ 107,600.00 .00 $ 107,600.00 

State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

State Boating Act Fund 

Operations 

$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74 $ 14,960.00 .00 $ 14,960.00 

State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

State Lottery Fund 

Operations 

$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74 $ 197,000.00 $ .00 $ 

Salaries Other State Offi- 
cers 29,250.00 29,083.30 

Salaries Other State Offi- 
cers 2,250.00 .00 

State Contribution to Em- 
ployee Retirement System.. 2,025.00 1,861.35 

Contribution, Social Security 800.00 156.00 

Total $ 231,325.00 $ 31,100.65 $ 200,224.35 

State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

State Parks Fund 

Operations 

$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74 $ 43,000.00 .00 $ 43,000.00 

State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

State Pensions Fund 

Operations 

$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74 $ 16,000.00 .00 $ 16,000.00 



197,000.00 

166.70 

2,250.00 

163.65 
644.00 



00 



.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 
■1,077.41 



•1,077.41 



.(in 



TABLE V (Continued) 
COMPTROLLER (Concluded) 



35 



State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures (Continued) 

Agricultural Marketing Services Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74 $ 



14,000.00 



, 00 



14,000.00 



State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

Communications Revolving Fund 

Operations 



$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74 $ 



216.00 



.00 



8,216.00 



.00 



State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

Office Supplies Revolving Fund 

Operations 



$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74 $ 



1,796.43 



00 



.00 



State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

Paper & Printing Revolving Fund 

Operations 



$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74 $ 



110.00 



.00 



110.00 



State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

State Garage Revolving Fund 

Operations 



$100 a Month Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74 $ 



265,566.00 



.00 



265,566.00 



00 



State Officers Salaries and Other Expenditures 

Statistical Services Revolving Fund 

Operations 



$100 a ftonth Salary Increase 
for Certain State Employ- 
ees, Effective 9/1/74 $ 



143,000.00 



.00 



143,000.00 



.00 



********************** 



86 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TREASURER 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue Fund 

Debt Service: 
Anti-Pollution B.I. & R. 

Fund 

Capital Development B.R. 

& I. Fund 

Emergency Relief B.I. & 

R. Fund 

Public Welfare B.R. & I. 

Fund 

Road B.I. & R. Fund 

School Construction B.R. 

& I. Fund 

Service Recognition B.I. 

& R. Fund 

Soldiers Compensation B. 

I. & R. Fund 

Transportation Bond Series 

A R. & I. Fund 

Transportation Bond Series 

B R. & I Fund 

Universities Building B. 

R. & I. Fund 

Total Debt Service.... 

Refunds: 
General Revenue Fund. . . 

Total Appropriated 
Funds 

NON-APPROPRAITED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

Protest Fund 

Workmens Compensation.. 
Unemployment Trust Fund 

Total Non-Appropriated 
Funds 

Total Treasurer $ 



$ 2,111,100.00 $ 


1,736,729.66 $ 


374,370.34 


9,210,086.25 


8,511,468.75 


698,617.50 


26,868,245.00 


26,868,245.00 


.00 


225.00 


.00 


225.00 


8,407,445.50 


8,405,000.00 


2,445.50 


1,360.00 


.00 


1,360.00 


4,693,000.00 


3,318,000.00 


1,375,000.00 


50,744.14 


13,087.50 


37,656.64 


2,313.00 


.00 


2,313.00 


11,774,344.25 


11,084,361.25 


689,983.00 


13,631,921.50 


12,942,500.00 


689,421.50 


10,861,277.50 


10,848,300.00 


12,977.50 


85,500,962.14 


81,990,962.50 


3,509,999.64 


1,799,980.00 


1,799,979.19 


.81 


$ 89,412,042.14 $ 


85,527,671.35 $ 


3,884,370.79 



Non-approp. $ 

Non-approp. 

Non-approp. 



128,099.58 

207,919.65 

483,900,000.00 



484,236,019.23 



42,862.92 

.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 



. 00 



42,862.92 



.00 $ 100,000.00 
.00 -60.00 

.00 13,100,000.00 



,00 $ 13,199,940.00 



89,412,042.14 $ 569,763,690.58 $ 3,884,370.79 $ 13,242,802.92 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TREASURER (Continued) 



87 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Regular Positions Non-exempt 

Regular Positions Exempt.... 

Extra Help 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Agents Fees for Bond and 
Coupon Redemption 

Contractual Expenses in Pro- 
viding Services to the 
State Treasurer 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telcommunications Services.. 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Expenses Pursuant to Imple- 
mentation of New Constitu- 
tion 

Total 



$ 


385,000.00 $ 


382,886.38 $ 


2,113.62 $ 


.00 




570,000.00 


548,552.73 


21,447.27 


.00 




15,000.00 


14,975.35 


24.65 


.00 




62,080.00 


60,449.10 


1,630.90 


.00 




34,950.00 


28,686.76 


6,263.24 


.00 




106,000.00 


96,457.72 


9,542.28 


3,082.85 




50,000.00 


37,369.30 


12,630.70 


11,345.59 




600,020.00 


416,390.87 


183,629.13 


8,197.21 




13,950.00 


13,685.16 


264.84 


2,670.57 




11,000.00 


9,508.73 


1,491.27 


767.24 




6,000.00 


5,496.58 


503.42 


972.23 




15,600.00 


15,228.99 


371.01 


5,193.46 




36,200.00 


36,074.81 


125.19 


10,012.18 




5,300.00 


5,257.18 


42.82 


621.59 




200,000.00 


65,710.00 


134,290.00 


.00 


$ 


2,111,100.00 $ 


1,736,729.66 $ 


374,370.34 $ 


42,862.92 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Refunds 



Inheritance Tax Refunds. 



1,799,980.00 $ 1,799,979.19 



81 



00 



General Office 

Anti-Pollution B.I. & R. Fund 

Debt Service 



Current Maturities Principal $ 
Current Maturities Interst. 
Prior Maturities Principal. . 
Prior Maturities Interest... 



Total. 



4,000,000.00 $ 4,000,000.00 

5,197,500.00 4,510,000.00 

10,000.00 .00 

2,586.25 1,468.75 



',210,086.25 $ 



8,511,468.75 $ 



.00 

687,500.00 

10,000.00 

1,117.50 



698,617.50 



.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 



General Office 

Capital Development B.R. & I. Fund 

Debt Service 



Current Maturities Principal $ 
Current Maturities Interest. 
Prior Maturities Interest... 



Total. 



12,000,000.00 $ 12,000,000.00 

14,828,000.00 14,828,000.00 

40,245.00 40,245.00 



26,868,245.00 $ 26,868,245.00 



.00 
.00 
.00 



.00 



.00 
.00 
.00 



.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TREASURER (Continued) 

General Office (Continued) 

Emergency Relief B.I. & R. Fund 

Debt Service 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Prior Maturities Interest. 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



225.00 



.00 



225.00 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



,00 



General Office 

Public Welfare B.R. & I. Fund 

Debt Service 



Current Maturities Principal $ 
Current Maturities Interest. 
Prior Maturities Principal.. 
Prior Maturities Interest... _ 

Total $ 

1917 Issue Prior Maturities $ 
Interest 

1923 Issue Prior Maturities 
Interest 

Total 



Current Maturities Principal $ 
Current Maturities Interest 



6,000,000.00 $ 6,000,000.00 $ .00 

2,400,000.00 2,400,000.00 .00 

5,000.00 5,000.00 .00 

2,445.50 .00 2,445.50 



8,407,445.50 $ 



1, 405, 000. 00 $ 



General Office 

Road B.I. & R. Fund 

Debt Service 



2,445.50 





120.00 


.00 






120.00 




1,240.00 


.00 


$ 




1,240.00 


$ 


1,360.00 


.00 


1,360.00 




General 


Office 










School Construction B.R. & I. Fund 










Debt Service 








$ 


1,400,000.00 $ 


1,400,000.00 


$ 




.00 




3,293,000.00 


1,918,000.00 


$ 


1 
1 


375,000.00 


$ 


4,693,000.00 $ 


3,318,000.00 


375,000.00 



00 



.00 
.00 
.00 



00 



General Office 
Service Recognition B.I. & 
Debt Service 



Prior Maturities Principal.. $ 
Prior Maturities Interest... 



49,000.00 $ 13,000. 
1.744.14 87, 



00 $ 

50 



50,744.14 $ 



13,087.50 $ 



36,000.00 
1,656.64 



37,656.64 



General Office 
Soldiers Compensation B.I. & R. 
Debt Service 



Prior Maturities Principal.. $ 
Prior Maturities Interest... 



1,300.00 
1,013.00 



,00 $ 
,00 



1,300.00 
1,013.00 



Total $ 



2,313.00 



,00 $ 



2,313.00 



,00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TREASURER (Concluded) 



89 



General Office (Continued) 

Transportation Bond Series A R. & I. Fund 

Debt Service 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps« 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Current Maturities Principal 
Current Maturities Interest 
Prior Maturities Interest... 



$ 3,800,000.00 $ 
7,905,000.00 
69,344.25 



3,800,000.00 $ 
7,217,500.00 
66,861.25 



.00 

687,500.00 

2,483.00 



.00 
.00 
.00 



Total. 



11,774,344.25 $ 11,084,361.25 



689,983.00 



.00 



General Office 

Transportation Bond Series BR. & I. Fund 

Debt Service 



Current Maturities Principal 
Current Maturities Interest. 
Prior Maturities Interest... 



$ 7,200,000.00 $ 
6,424,500.00 
7,421.50 



7,200,000.00 

5,737,000.00 

5,500.00 



.00 

687,500.00 

1,921.50 



.00 
.00 
.00 



Total. 



13,631,921.50 $ 12,942,500.00 



689,421.50 



.00 



General Office 

Universities Building B.R. & I. Fund 

Debt Service 



Current Maturities Principal 
Current Maturities Interest. 
Prior Maturities Interest... 



Total. 



Expenses. 



$ 


7,800,000.00 


$ 


7,800,000.00 


$ 


.00 


.00 




3,048,000.00 




3,048,000.00 




.00 


.00 




13,277.50 




300.00 




12,977.50 


.00 


$ 


10,861,277.50 


$ 


10,848,300.00 


$ 


12,977.50 


.00 




General 


Office 










Protest 


Fund 










Op 


erations 










Non-approp. 


$ 


128,099.58 




.00 $ 


100,000.00 



General Office 

Workmens Compensation Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp, 



207,919.65 



,00 $ 



-60.00 



General Office 

Unemployment Trust Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



$ 483,900,000.00 



00 $ 13,100,000.00 



********************** 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (State 



)ard of Education) 



Summary By Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue $ 11,876,300.00 $ 11,412,479.32 $ 

Drivers Education 237,800.00 218,849.59 

GI Education No Approp. 1,398.59 

00E Elementary and Secon- 
dary Education Act 4,337,900.00 5,006,113.11* 

00E Elementary and Secon- 
dary Education Act No Approp. 1,015,178.01 

Regional Deaf-Blind Program. 45,450.00 65,741.15 

US Food Services 101,200.00 168,089.99* 

US Food Services No Approp. 6,604.01 

Multi-units School 10,000.00 2,366.26 _ 

Total, Operations 16,608,650.00 17,896,820.03 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue 179,156,433.00 176,720,957.62 

Common School 1,252,363,255.00 1,252,222,658.39 

Drivers Education 9,732,995.00 9,732,991.34 

Federal School Lunch 34,300,000.00 71,697,564.72* 

00E Elementary and Secon- 
dary Education Act 100,417,100.00 142,239,659.68* 

Regional Deaf-Blind Program. 89,550.00 91,634.30* 

Special Federal School Milk. 6,400,000>00 8,531,260.09* _ 

Total, Awards and Grants.. 1,582,459,303.00 1,661,236,726.14 _ 

Total Appropriated Funds.. $1,599,067,953.00 $1,679,133,546.17 $ 

NON- APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Dissemination of Adopted 
Materials Visually Im- 
paired Non-Approp. $ 32,461.72 

Region 5 Interrelated Ed- 
ucation Design for Gifted.. Non-Approp. 7,725.00 
Symposium on Teacher- 
Collective Bargaining Non-Approp. 3,122.72 _ 

Total Non-Appropriated 
Funds $ 43,309.44 



463,820.68 $ 798,137.84 

18,950.41 26,043.45 

.00 .00 



481,907.27 

.00 

18,853.76 

.00 

.00 

7,633.74 



991,165.86 



2,435,475.38 

140,566.61 

3.66 

810,297.15 

1,163,994.35 
.00 
.00 



323,044.69 

238,922.96 

13,231.13 

10,993.09 

4,191.81 

99.41 

1,414,664.38 



33,580,012.68 

40,526,944.00 

486,560.70 

10,393,729.10 

26,803,925.68 

30,361.48 

1,198,384.61 



4,550.337.15 113,019,818.25 



5,541,503.01 $114,434,482.63 



.00 $ 28,495.45 
.00 1,975.90 
.00 350.00 



.00 $ 



30,821.35 



Total Superintendent of 
Public Instruction $1,599,067,953.00 $1,679,176,855.61 $ 



5,541,503.01 $114,465,303.98 



* Includes expenditures in excess of appropriations of $1,150,120.38; $66,889.99; $38,207,861.87; 
$42,986,554.03; $2,084.30; and $2,131,260.09; respectively. 



91 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC TNSTRUCTION (State Board of Education) (Continued) 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Regular Positions 

Regular Positions, Cost of 

Living Increase 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Retirement, Cost 

of Living Increase 

Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Regional Board of School 

Trustees 

Total ! 



$ 


602,500.00 $ 


600,513.82 


$ 


1,986.18 


$ 




300.00 




1,000.00 


.00 




1,000.00 






.00 




62,000.00 


61,980.70 




19.30 






50.00 




35,200.00 


31,263.38 




3,936.62 






.00 




2,500.00 


1,485.41 




1,014.59 






.00 




25,100.00 


23,647.38 




1,452.62 






.00 




48,100.00 


43,253.08 




4,846.92 




11 


263.27 




57,900.00 


57,392.74 




507.26 




10 


810.24 




8,000.00 


7,997.33 




2.67 




5 


093.27 


$ 


842,300.00 $ 


827,533.84 


$ 


14,766.16 


$ 


27 


,516.78 



Regular Positions $ 

Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing. . 
Telecommunications Services. 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment ■, _ 

Total $ 



Educational Planning and Management 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



1,551,100.00 

58,000.00 

102,400.00 

64,500.00 

1,415,200.00 

171,200.00 

104,700.00 

26,700.00 

79,000.00 

839,000.00 

288,400.00 

10,000.00 



1,549,954.87 

49,829.78 

93,675.86 

62,288.51 

1,209,601.24 

166,757.35 

103,390.11 

13,650.63 

74,764.03 

834,005.02 

246,697.11 

9,448.92 



4,710,200.00 $ 



4,414,063.43 $ 



1,145.13 $ 

8,170.22 

8,724.14 

2,211.49 
205,598.76 

4,442.65 

1,309.89 
13,049.37 

4,235.97 

4,994.98 
41,702.89 

551.08 _ 

296,136.57 $ 



1,644.18 

947.00 

.00 

.00 

399,590.84 

16,054.46 

13,767.11 

7,358.90 

71,571.40 

8,181.12 

78,550.93 

1,704.02 

599,369.96 



Educational Planning and Management 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Reimbursements to School 
Districts for Transporting 
Common School Pupils 

Reimbursements to School 
Districts for Transporting 
Common School Pupils 

Reimbursements to School 
Districts for Transporting 
Handicapped Students 

Reimbursements to School 
Districts for Transporting 
Handicapped Students 



32,400,000.00 $ 32,399,994.70 $ 
2,917,000.00 2,916,937.92 

18,500,000.00 18,499,995.23 
3,733,600.00 3,733,581.40 _ 



5.30 $ 



.00 



62.08 2,916,937.92 



.00 



18.60 3,733,581.40 



Total, 



57,550,600.00 $ 57,550,509.25 $ 



90.75 $ 6,650,519.32 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (State Board of Education) (Continued) 



Educational Planning and Management (Continued) 

Common School Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Compensation Superintendents 

of Educational Service 

Regions $ 4,125,000.00 $ 4,011,997.47 $ 

Supervisory Expense Fund. . . 102,000.00 102,000.00 
Orphanage and Tuition Claims 2,275,000.00 2,275,000.00 
Orphanage and Tuition Claims 385,625.00 385,622.70 
Tax-Equivalent Grants to 

Districts 130,000.00 102,656.86 

Apportionment and Payment as 

Provided in Section 18-8 of 

the School Code 1,058,000,000.00 1,057,999,994.23 

Apportionment and Payment as 

Provided in Section 18-8 of 

the School Code 29,881,000.00 29,880,787.13 

Teachers Retirement System 

Pursuant to Section 18-7 

of the School Code 123,000,000.00 123,000,000.00 

Teachers Retirement System 

of Chicago, Pursuant to 

Section 18-7 of the School 

Code 34,464,600.00 34,464,600.00 

Total $1,252,363,225.00 $1,252,222,658.39 $ 

Educational Planning and Management 

00E Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 

Regular Positions, Title V $ 836,100.00 $ 993,428.73 
Regular Positions, Title V, 

PartC 15,500.00 41,210.69 

Contribution Retirement, 

Title V 71,900.00 87,553.84 

Contribution Retirement, 

Title V, PartC 900.00 2,637.48 

Contribution Social Security 

Title V 17,300.00 19,892.88 

Contribution Social Security 

Title V, Part C 600.00 2,410.91 

Insurance, Title V 14,200.00 20,051.46 

Insurance, Title V, Part C 200.00 994.04 
Contractual Services, Title 

V 120,000.00 93,308.32 

Contractual Services, Title 

V, Part C 78,000.00 350,010.23 

Travel, Title V 70,500.00 72,088.02 

Travel, Title V, Part C... 800.00 5,518.44 

Commodities, Title V 53,000.00 41,372.30 

Printing, Title V 71,500.00 50,590.16 

Total $ 1,350,500.00 $ 1,781,067.50 



113,002.53 $ 10,534.17 

.00 .00 

.00 .00 

2.30 385,622.70 



27,343.14 



5.77 



.00 



212.87 29,880,787.13 



00 10,250,000.00 



00 



.00 



140,566.61 $ 40,526,944.00 



$ 


157,328.73* $ 


1,235.50 




25,710.69* 


.00 




15,653.85* 


.00 




1,737.48* 


.00 




2,592.88* 


.00 




1,810.91* 


.00 




5,851.46* 


2,898.07 




794.04* 


292.94 




26,691.68 


4,245.97 




272,010.23* 


169,821.22 




1,588.02* 


5,793.12 




4,718.44* 


607.53 




11,627.70 


4,075.36 




20,909.84 


9,717.71 


$ 


59,229.22 $ 


198,687.42 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (State Board of Education) (Continued) 



93 



Educational Planning and Management (Concluded) 

00E Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Commodities-Title V ESEA 
Part C 


No 
No 


approp. 
approp. 


$ 
$ 


579.80 


Title IV ESEA 


113.20 


Total 




.00 


693.00 



178.55 
.00 



Governmental Relations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 
Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Total 



$ 


496,700.00 $ 


495,347.60 


$ 


1,352.40 


$ 


428.50 




36,000.00 


28,801.50 




7,198.50 




4,770.50 




29,000.00 


18,316.82 




10,683.18 




100.74 




14,900.00 


13,544.62 




1,355.38 




75.65 




16,000.00 


12,489.97 




3,510.03 




642.56 




25,500.00 


21,664.39 




3,835.61 




4,922.90 




1,000.00 


863.93 




136.07 




107.95 




8,000.00 
627,100.00 $ 


1,507.53 
592,536.36 




6,492.47 




.00 


$ 


$ 


34,563.64 


$ 


11,048.80 



Governmental Relations 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Special Education Trainee- 
ships 



500,000.00 $ 



484,661.19 



15,338.81 



110,880.19 



Governmental Relations 

00E Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 
Contribution Social Security 

Insurance 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Total 



$ 


35,000.00 $ 


30,034.00 


$ 


4,966.00 




.00 




3,500.00 


2,898.59 




601.41 




.00 




500.00 


363.85 




136.15 




.00 




500.00 


580.38 




80.38* 


$ 


105.60 




15,000.00 


2,000.00 




13,000.00 




.00 




500.00 


1,186.41 




686.41* 


$ 


.00 


$ 


55,000.00 $ 


37,063.23 


$ 


18,703.56 


105.60 



* Expenditures in excess of appropriations. 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (State Board of Education) (Continued) 

Governmental Relations (Concluded) 

00E Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Grants. 



145,000.00 $ 



273,600.00 



128,600.00* 



Governmental Relations 

00E Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Commodities-Educational 
Fellowship Program 

Consolidated Program In- 
formation Report 

Total 



No approp. $ 
No approp . 



20.78 
680.00 



.00 

.00 



700.78 



.00 



Governmental Relations 

Symposium on Teacher-Collective Bargaining Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non- approp. $ 



3,122.72 



Regular Positions 

Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . . 
Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Total 





Pupil & Pro 


Eess 


ional Services 








General 


Revenue Fund 








Operations 








$ 


1,575,400.00 


$ 


1, 


574,741.81 $ 


658.19 $ 


370.37 




31,000.00 






20,283.88 


10,716.12 


45.00 




92,100.00 






82,602.42 


9,497.58 


.00 




66,666.00 






64,508.40 


2,157.60 


.00 




170,400.00 






167,614.56 


2,785.44 


18,202.48 




116,900.00 






96,473.11 


20,426.89 


11,799.22 




85,000.00 






81,516.09 


3,483.91 


17,266.86 




17,300.00 






13,126.28 


4,173.72 


5,717.05 




11,500.00 






10,895.75 


604.25 


10,085.79 


$ 


2,166,266.00 


$ 


2, 


111,762.30 $ 


54,503.70 $ 


63,486.77 



Pupil & Professional Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Reimbursements to School 
Districts for Free Lunch 
and Breakfast Programs... 

Reimbursements to School 
Districts for Free Lunch 
and Breakfast Programs... 



11,500,000.00 $ 11,500,000.00 



300,000.00 



213,205.10 



00 



$ 1,755,059.35 



213,205.10 



Total. 



11,800,000.00 $ 11,713,205.10 



$ 1,968,264.45 



Pupil & Professional Services 

Federal School Lunch Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Needy, Breakfast, Lunch, 
School Lunch and Special 

I'rograms $ 32,400,000.00 

* Expenditures in excess of appropriation. 



70,607,861.87 $ 38,207,861.87* $ 10,116,993.82 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (State Board of Education) (Continued) 

Pupil & Professional Services (Continued) 

00E Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Awards and Grants 



45 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapst 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Non-Food Assistance Program 

Total $ 

00E 

Regular Positions, Title 
III 

Contribution Retirement, 
Title III 

Contribution Social Secur- 
ity, Title III 

Insurance, Title III 

Contractual Services, Title 
III 

Travel, Title III 

Commodities, Title III 

Printing, Title III 

Equipment, Title III 

Telecommunications Services, 
Title III 

Total 

00E 

Grants to Local Educational 
Agencies for Exemplary 
Education Programs $ 

00E 

Grant From HEW Career Op- 
portunity Program 

Title V NDEA Administra- 
tion _ 

Total 



1,900,000.00 
34,300,000.00 



1,089,702.85 
71,697,564.72 



810,297.15 
810,297.15 



276,735.28 



$10,393,729.10 



Pupil & Professional Services 
Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 
Operations 



$ 


435,000.00 $ 


419,407.03 $ 


15,592.97 $ 


-1,093.77 




36,000.00 


35,586.67 


413.33 


.00 




10,000.00 


9,872.35 


127.65 


.00 




8,800.00 


8,872.14 


72.14* 


2,305.21 




38,200.00 


214,118.36 


175,918.36* 


23,860.16 




50,000.00 


33,790.52 


16,209.48 


3,745.62 




6,000.00 


5,013.97 


986.03 


.00 




10,000.00 


11,006.53 


1,006.53* 


.00 




5,000.00 


785.00 


4,215.00 


.00 




1,000.00 
600,000.00 $ 


2,917.01 


1,917.01* 


958.03 


$ 


741,369.58 $ 


37,544.46 $ 


29,775.25 



Pupil & Professional Services 
Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 
Awards and Grants 



6,100,000.00 



6,461,977.83 



361,977.83* 



Pupil & Professional Services 
Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 
Operations 



No approp . 
Nc approp. 



1,936.89 
714,368.90 



.00 
.00 



$ 716,305.79 

Pupil & Professional Services 

Special Federal School Milk Fund 

Awards and Grants 



00 



10,063.94 



.00 
174,346.14 
174,346.14 



School Milk and Demon- 
stration Centers Program 



6,400,000.00 



8,531,260.09 



2,131,260.09* $ 1,198,384.61 



* Expenditures in excess of appropriation. 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (State Board of Education) (Continued) 

Pupil & Professional Services (Concluded) 

U.S. Food Services Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement.... 
Contribution Social Security 

Insurance 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Total $ 



Commodities-U.S. Food Ser- 
vice Administration 

Printing-U.S. Food Service 
Administration 

Total 



Regular Positions $ 

Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 
Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Total $ 



72,000.00 
4,320.00 
4,100.00 
2,400.00 
3,000.00 

15,380.00 



103,153.00 

6,642.73 

5,537.68 

3,145.04 

20,666.70 

28,944.84 



101,200.00 



168,089.99 



Pupil & Professional Services 

U.S. Food Services Fund 

Operations 

No approp. $ 2,197.12 
No approp. 4,406.89 



$ 6,604.01 

Supervision and Instruction 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



2,726,800.00 
74,000.00 
84,000.00 
60,834.00 
302,500.00 
257,300.00 
11,000.00 
14,000.00 

3,530,434.00 



2,725,356.74 

57,859.50 

72,222.83 

55,840.91 

296,604.55 

241,476.74 

9,566.69 

7,655.43 

3,466,583.39 



Supervision and Instruction 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



31,153.00* 

2,322.73* 

1,437.68* 

745.04* 

17,666.70* 

13,564.84* 



, 00 



.00 

.00 



.00 



1,443.26 

16,140.50 

11,777.17 

4,993.09 

5,895.45 

15,823.26 

1,433.31 

6,344.57 



63,850.61 



-640.00 
.00 





.00 




1,159.04 




6,591.80 




3,882.25 


$ 


10,993.09 


$ 


2,133.92 




2,057.89 


$ 


4,191.81 



1,509.12 

791.62 

.00 

.00 

61,123.72 

26,347.14 

2,275.03 

4,668.90 

96,715.53 



Reimbursement to Local 
Educational Agencies for 
Adult Educat ion 

Reimbursement to Local 
Educational Agencies for 
Adult Basic Education... 

Reimbursement to School 
Districts for Gifted 
Children Programs 

Contracts with Schools 
for Gifted Service 
Centers 



2,000,000.00 $ 2,000,000.00 

500,000.00 398,246.05 

3,000,000.00 2,671,970.98 

750,000.00 738,648.70 



.00 $2,000,000.00 

101,753.95 224,261.15 

328,029.02 2,671,190.98 

11,351.30 235,539.65 



* Expenditures in excess of appropriation. 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (State Board of Education) (Continued) 

Supervision and Instruction (Continued) 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



97 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Financial Assistance to 
School Districts Oper- 
ating Under the Full Year 
Incentive Program 

Reimbursements to School 
Districts for Special 
Education Building Pro- 
jects 

Reimbursements to School 
Districts for Special 
Education Building Pro- 
jects 

Reimbursements to School 
Districts for Tuition of 
Handicapped Children 

Reimbursements to School 
Districts for Extraordi- 
nary Special Education.... 

Reimbursements to School 
Districts for Extraordi- 
nary Special Education.... 

Reimbursements to School 
Districts for Handicapped 
Children Programs 

Reimbursements to School 
Districts for Handicapped 
Children Programs 

Reimbursements to School 
Districts for Education 
of Handicapped Orphans.... 

To Provide the Use of Opti- 
cal Screening Devices to 
Identify Potentially 
Learning Disabled 

Financial Assistance to 
Local Education Agencies 
with Over 500,000 Popu- 
lation 

Financial Assistance to 
Local Education Agencies 
with Under 500,000 Popu- 
lation 

To Provide for Procure- 
ment and Distribution of 
Special Educational 
Materials 

Contracts with Illinois 
Colleges and Universities 
for Inservice Training 
Comprehensive Health Edu- 
cation Teacher 



25,000.00 

7,785,000.00 

1,148,433.00 
8,700,000.00 
2,080,000.00 
244,000.00 
65,125,000.00 
2,500,000.00 
2,075,000.00 

611,000.00 



200,000.00 



23,162.00 

7,784,999.80 

1,147,656.38 
8,700,000.00 
2,080,000.00 
244,000.00 
64,686,581.97 
2,347,320.63 
2,075,000.00 

300,285.69 



5,500,000.00 5,405,678.00 



2,500,000.00 2,449,111.69 



196,092.47 



51,559.09 



1,838.00 



776.62 



00 



00 



.00 



438,418.03 



152,679.37 



18,237.00 



20 7,157,617.40 



1,147,656.38 



.00 



.00 
244,000.00 
-411,518.68 
2,347,320.63 
.00 255,313.46 

310,714.31 300,285.69 

94,322.00 5,405,678.00 

50,888.31 1,386,520.56 

3,907.53 27,412.68 



10,840.91 



51,559.09 



98 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (State Board 



>f Education) (Continued) 



Supervision and Instruction (Continued) 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapst 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Education of Recipients of 
Public Assistance 



4,500,000.00 



3,672,268.63 



827,731.37 



1,789,274.73 



Total. 



$ 109,305,833.00 $ 106,972,582.08 

Supervision and Instruction 

Drivers Education Fund 

Operations 



2,333,250.92 $ 24,850,348.72 





$ 

$ 


160,800.00 

4,700.00 

2,900.00 

14,200.00 

17,000.00 

1,200.00 

37,000.00 

237,800.00 


$ 
$ 


158,375.61 

3,586.34 

2,622.16 

8,093.12 

14,650.22 

971.98 

30,550.16 

218,849.59 


$ 


2,424.39 
1,113.66 

277.84 
6,106.88 
2,349.78 

228.02 
6,449.84 


$ 


150.00 

.00 

.00 

1,258.99 

1,848.74 

885.56 

21,900.16 


Contribution Retirement. . . . 
Contribution Social Security 
Contractual Services 






Total 


$ 


18,950.41 


$ 


26,043.45 



Supervision and Instruction 

Drivers Education Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Reimbursements to School 
Districts for Driver Edu- 
cation 

Reimbursements to School 
Districts for Driver 
Education 



Total. 



$ 9,500,000.00 

232,995.00 
$ 9,732,995.00 



$ 9,499,999.39 

232,991.95 

$ 9,732,991.34 



61 $ 



3.05 _ 
3.66 $ 



Supervision and Instruction 
Dissemination of Adopted Materials Visually Impaired 
Operations 



253,568.75 
232,991.95 



486,560.70 



Resource Material Equipment 
and Sponsoring Conferences 
for Post High School Blind 
Students 



GI Education Program. 



Non-approp. 



32,461.72 



Supervision and Instruction 

G I Education Fund 

Operations 



No approp. 



1,398.59 



Supervision and Instruction 

Region 5 Interrelated Education Design for Gifted Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



7,725.00 



.00 $ 



.00 



00 $ 



28,495.45 



.00 



1,975.90 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (State Board of Education) (Continued) 



99 



Supervision and Instruction (Continued) 

00E Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions, Adult 
Education $ 

Regular Positions, Title I 

Regular Positions, Title II 

Regular Positions, Title VI 

Regular Positions, Equal 
Educational Opportunities 

Regular Positions, Instruc- 
tional Materials 

Regular Positions, Right 
to Read 

Regular Positions, Migra- 
tory Children 

Regular Positions, Techni- 
cal Assistance 

Regular Positions, Nation- 
al Defense Education 

Contribution Retirement, 
Adult Education 

Contribution Retirement, 
Title I 

Contribution Retirement, 
Title II 

Contribution Retirement, 
Title VI 

Contribution Retirement, 
Equal Education Opportuni- 
ties 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Retirement, 
Right to Read 

Contribution Retirement, 
Migratory Children 

Contribution Retirement, 
Technical Assistance 

Contribution Retirement, 
National Defense Educa- 
tion 

Contribution Social Securi- 
ty, Adult Education 

Contribution Social Securi- 
ty, Title I 

Contribution Social Securi- 
ty, Title II 

Contribution Social Securi- 
ty, Title VI 

Contribution Social Securi- 
ty, Equal Education Oppor- 
tunities 



91,063.00 $ 


125,696.85 


5 34,633.85* $ 


.00 


605,000.00 


779,002.88 


174,002.88* 


403.00 


154,608.00 


187,843.00 


33,235.00* 


206.00 


82,000.00 


76,677.97 


5,322.03 


200.00 


107,526.00 


111,844.00 


4,318.00* 


100.00 


164,192.00 


29,528.18 


134,663.82 


.00 


83,052.00 


85,899.30 


2,847.30* 


200.00 


58,900.00 


58,737.94 


162.06 


.00 


16,788.00 


18,636.00 


1,848.00* 


.00 


85,000.00 


80,448.03 


4,551.97 


.00 


8,375.00 


11,761.29 


3,386.29* 


.00 


48,400.00 


67,736.98 


19,336.98* 


.00 


12,380.00 


17,552.52 


5,172.52* 


.00 


8,300.00 


7,267.61 


1,032.39 


.00 


9,200.00 


10,755.52 


1,555.52* 


.00 


12,800.00 


2,231.82 


10,568.18 


.00 


8,300.00 


8,177.39 


122.61 


.00 


5,100.00 


4,785.36 


314.64 


.00 


1,376.00 


1,956.74 


580.74* 


.00 


5,400.00 


5,842.25 


442.25* 


.00 


1,861.00 


2,050.18 


189.18* 


.00 


8,738.00 


16,862.91 


8,124.91* 


.00 


850.00 


3,085.71 


2,235.71* 


.00 


300.00 


525.72 


225.72* 


.00 


1,674.00 


827.06 


846.94 


.00 



* Expenditures in excess of appropriation. 



100 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (State Board of Education) (Continued) 



Supervision and Instruction (Continued) 

00E Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Contribution Social Securi- 
ty, Instructional Materi- 
als 

Contribution Social Securi- 
ty, Right to Read 

Contribution Social Securi- 
ty, Migratory Children. . . 

Contribution Social Securi- 
ty, National Defense Edu- 
cation 

Insurance, Adult Education 

Insurance, Title I 

Insurance, Title II 

Insurance, Title VI 

Insurance, Equal Education 
Opportunities 

Insurance, Instructional 
Materials 

Insurance, Right to Read.. 

Insurance, Migratory Chil- 
dren 

Insurance, Technical 
Assistance 

Insurance, National Defense 
Education 

Contractual Services, Adult 
Education 

Contractual Services, Title 
I 

Contractual Services, Title 
II 

Contractual Services, Title 
VI 

Contractual Services, Equal 
Education Opportunities. . 

Contractual Services, 
Instructional Materials.. 

Contractual Services, Right 
to Read 

Contractual Services, 
Migratory Children 

Contractual Services, 
Technical Assistance 

Contractual Services, 
National Defense Education 

Travel, Adult Education... 

Travel, Title I 

Travel, Title II 

Travel, Title VI 

Travel, Equal Education 
Opportunities 



2,945.00 


1,181.62 


1,763.38 


.00 


1,661.00 


1,201.62 


459.38 


.00 


600.00 


1,894.77 


1,294.77* 


.00 


3,200.00 
2,050.00 
12,000.00 
2,380.00 
1,400.00 


3,338.99 
2,626.25 
17,885.01 
4,176.19 
1,711.58 


138.99* 

576.25* 

5,885.01* 

1,796.19* 

311.58* 


.00 

668.32 

4,227.16 

928.43 

387.89 


1,600.00 


1,401.15 


198.85 


466.92 


3,300.00 
2,400.00 


651.89 
2,137.01 


2,648.11 
262.99 


.00 
531.72 


1,200.00 


1,394.56 


194.56* 


331.40 


336.00 


323.04 


12.96 


80.76 


2,000.00 


2,589.67 


589.67* 


750.04 


2,311.00 


5,463.01 


3,152.01* 


349.17 


68,864.00 


69,068.37 


204.37* 


4,566.37 


24,082.00 


6,621.67 


17,460.33 


503.50 


3,000.00 


9,493.99 


6,493.99* 


529.93 


L83.300.00 


163,790.35 


19,509.65 


12,978.02 


20,083.00 


116,611.33 


96,528.33* 


26,170.51 


109,887.00 


37,056.70 


72,830.30 


3,127.75 


18,800.00 


12,603.08 


6,196.92 


2,491.94 


6,300.00 


1,631.34 


4,668.66 


167.26 


2,400.00 

9,200.00 

89,600.00 

31,500.00 

5,000.00 


6,707.73 
21,349.70 
87,741.67 
23,168.17 

9,248.78 


4,307.73* 
12,149.70* 
1,858.33 
8,331.83 
4,248.78* 


498.33 
2,380.96 
7,278.71 
2,200.06 
1,290.96 


12,000.00 


11,113.61 


886.39 


579.50 



* Expenditures in excess of appropriation. 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (State Board of Education) (Continued) 



101 



Supervision and Instruction (Continued) 

00E Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Travel, Instructional 
Materials 18,000. 00 

Travel, Right To Read 14,700.00 

Travel, Migratory Children 7,500.00 

Travel, Technical Assis- 
tance 1,600.00 

Travel, National Defense 
Education 1,200.00 

Commodities, Title 1 4,158.00 

Commodities, Title II 3,000.00 

Commodities, Equal Educa- 
tion Opportunities 2,800.00 

Commodities, Instructional 
Materials 3,330.00 

Commodities, Right to Read 1,500.00 

Printing, Adult Education 2,240.00 

Printing, Title 1 22,940.00 

Printing, Title II 15,000.00 

Printing, Instructional 
Materials 1,000.00 

Printing, Right to Read.. 6,500.00 

Printing, Migratory Child- 
ren 2,500.00 

Equipment, Title I 2,000.00 

Equipment, Equal Education 
Opportunities 6,200. 00 

Equipment, Instructional 
Materials 750.00 

Equipment, Migratory Child- 
ren 6,000.00 

Telecommunications Servi- 
ces, Title 1 3,900.00 

Telecommunications Servi- 
ces, National Defense 
Education 1,000.00 

Total $ 2,332,400.00 





4,214.20 


13,785.80 


.00 




7,880.26 


6,819.74 


373.32 




10,008.88 


2,508.88* 


2,275.65 




1,541.32 


58.68 


.00 




897.55 


302.45 


203.16 




9,044.24 


4,886.24* 


128.50 




2,110.72 


889.28 


1,855.51 




1,027.49 


1,772.51 


817.35 




24,402.22 


21,072.22* 


.00 




5,223.38 


3,723.38* 


2,146.80 




965.00 


1,275.00 


.00 




6,988.00 


15,952.00 


6,988.00 




3,230.36 


11,769.64 


.00 




11,470.35 


10,470.35* 


.00 




1,231.60 


5,268.40 


1,231.60 




.00 


2,500.00 


.00 




670.00 


1,330.00 


630.00 




2,388.75 


3,811.25 


2,245.75 




6,162.05 


5,412.05* 


.00 




.00 


6,000.00 


.00 




3,677.44 


222.56 


568.09 




3,562.93 


2,562.93* 


418.08 


$ 


2,446,612.80 $ 


366,430.03 $ 


94,476.42 



Supervision and Instruction 

00E Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Reimbursements to Local 
Educational Agencies for 
Adult Basic Education.. 

Financial Assistance for 
Programs of Disadvantaged 
Children 

Financial Assistance for 
School Library Resources 

Financial Assistance for 
Education of Handicapped 
Children 



$ 2,400,000.00 

80,857,600.00 
5,200,000.00 

1,900,100.00 



3,436,721.63 $ 1,036,721.63* $ 1,429,544.94 



120,599,299.50 
6,464,509.67 

2,108,506.43 



39,741,699.50* 
1,264,509.67* 

208,406.43* 



21,225,021.75 
2,809,495.43 

225,535.90 



* Expenditures in excess of appropriation. 



102 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (State Board of Education) (Continued) 

Supervision and Instruction (Continued) 

OOE Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Grants, Migratory Children 585,800.00 830,438.97 244,638.97* 

Reimbursement in Accor- 
dance with Title III of 
the National Defense Edu- 
cation Act 3,228,600.00 2,064,605.65 1,163,994.35 

Total $94,172,100.00 $135,504,081.85 $1,163,994.35 

Supervision and Instruction 

OOE Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 

Commodities Title VI Admin- 
istration Nc approp. $ 5.00 

Commodities-Migratory 
Children No approp. 2 35.20 

Printing-Title VI Adminis- 
tration No approp. 1,899.00 

Printing-Equal Education 
Opportunity Program 3,785.45 

Telecommunications-Educa- 
tional Materials Program No approp. 2,221.41 

Drug Education Training... No approp. 55,293.37 

Title IX Ethnic Education 
Program Expense No approp. 65,674.36 

Expenses of Area Learning 
CTR Program No approp. 168,364.65 

Total $ 297,478.44 

Supervision and Instruction 

Regional Deaf-Blind Program Fund 

Operations 

Regular Positions $ 35,100.00 $ 17,899.19 

Contribution Retirement. . . 2,300.00 1,879.41 
Contribution Social Secur- 
ity 850.00 .00 

Insurance 700.00 317.64 

Contractual Services 4,000.00 40,884.48 

Travel 2,500.00 4,760.43 

Total $ 45,450.00 $ 65,741.15 

Supervision and Instruction 

Regional Deaf-Blind Program Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Grants $ 89,550.00 $ 91,634.30 $ 2,084.30* $ 



420,108.07 



594,055.65 



$ 26,703,761.74 



.00 




.00 


.00 




.00 


.00 


$ 


1,899.00 


.00 




.00 


.00 




.00 


.00 




17,312.10 


.00 




41,662.31 


.00 




3,524.86 


.00 


$ 


64,398.27 



$ 


17,200.81 
420.59 

850.00 






.00 
.00 

.00 




382.36 


$ 




79.38 




36,884.48* 




12 


324.86 




2,260.43* 
18,853.76 






826.89 


$ 


$ 


13 


231.13 



30,361.48 



Expenditures in excess of appropriation. 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (State Board of Education) (Concluded) 

Supervision and Instruction (Concluded) 

Multi-Units School Fund 

Ooerations 



103 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Contractual Services.... 

Travel 

Commodities 


$ 


1,134.00 
6,808.00 
2,058.00 


$ 


49.00 

1,842.75 

474.51 


$ 


1,085.00 
4,965.25 
1,583.49 


$ 
$ 


.00 

.00 

99.41 


Total 


$ 


10,000.00 


$ 


2,366.26 


$ 


7,633.74 


99.41 



********************** 
AGING 
Summary By Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue 

Services for Older 
Americans Fund 

Total Operations 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue 

Services for Older 
Americans Fund 

Total Awards and Grants 

Total Aging 



283,312.00 
1,008,750.00 
1,292,062.00 

600,000.00 
9,220,500.00 
9,820,500.00 



283,285.10 
940,166.51 



1,223,451.61 

592,664.36 
9,206,752.27 
9,799,416.63 



26.90 
68,583.49 



68,610.39 

7,335.64 
13,747.73 



21,083.37 



19,832.51 
112,044.45 
131,876.96 

69,446.96 
900,007.40 
969,454.36 



$ 11,112,562.00 $ 11,022,868.24 



89,693.76 $ 1,101,331.32 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 
Contribution Social Sec- 
urity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Total 

Distributive Expenses Pur- 
suant to Older Americans 
Act $ 



$ 


138,752.00 
8,883.00 


$ 




138,751.66 
8,880.08 


$ 


.34 $ 
2.92 


6,564.50 
420.13 




4,794.00 

76,788.00 

31,376.00 

4,300.00 

1,959.00 

4,060.00 

12,400.00 






4,779.87 

76,788.00 

31,376.00 

4,299.57 

1,950.66 

4,059.26 

12,400.00 


$ 


14.13 
.00 
.00 
.43 
8.34 
.74 
.00 

26.90 $ 


239.18 

3,957.70 

1,723.40 

81.56 

226.55 
3,639.00 
2,980.49 


$ 


283,312.00 


$ 




283,285.10 


19,832.51 




General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 









600,000.00 



592,664.36 



7,335.64 



69,446.96 



TABLE V (Continued) 
AGING (Concluded) 

General Office 

Services for Older Americans Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Operating Expenses $ 

Ordinary and Contingent 
Expense 

Total $ 

Distributive Expenses Pur- 
suant to Older Americans 
Act 

Distributive Expenses. . . 

Total 



468,000.00 $ 
540,750.00 



467,723.44 
472,443.07 



$ 276.56 
68,306.93 



$ 17,025.75 
95,018.70 



1,008,750.00 



940,166.51 



68,583.49 



112,044.45 



General Office 

Services for Older Americans Fund 

Awards and Grants 



$ 


8,200,000.00 
1,020,500.00 

9,220,500.00 


$ 


8,186,252.27 
1,020,500.00 


$ 


13,747.73 
.00 


$ 


358,018.61 
541,988.79 


$ 


$ 


9,206,752.27 


$ 


13,747.73 


$ 


900,007.40 



********************** 
AGRICULTURE 



Summary By Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue 

Agricultural Premium. . . 

Agricultural Marketing 
Services 

Federal Swine Brucel- 
losis Program 

Wholesome Meat 

Agricultural Master.... 

Illinois Rural Rehabil- 
itation 

Total Operation 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue 

Agricultural Premium. . . 

Fair & Exposition 

Illinois Rural Rehabil- 
itation 

Total Awards and Grants 

Refunds: 
General Revenue 

Total Appropriated 
Funds 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Commodity Trust 

Total Agriculture.... 



$ 9,549,196.00 
365,001.00 

41,500.00 

150,000.00 

2,634,800.00 

175,000.00 

24,000.00 

12,939,497.00 



822,300.00 
3,344,300.00 
2,550,000.00 

551,000.00 

7,267,600.00 



$ 9,192,589.59 
349,087.45 

25,730.17 

13,439.69 

2,559,777.72 

132,484.47 

2 3.875.48 

12,296,984.57 



814,134.37 
3,282,012.96 
2,550,000.00 

98,000.00 

6,744,147.33 



2,349.50 



$ 20,210,097.00 $ 19,043,481.40 



Non-approp. 



4,716.29 



356,606.41 $ 1,046,562.87 
15,913.55 56,394.47 



15,769.83 

136,560.31 

75,022.28 
42,515.53 

124. 52 

642,512.43 



453,000.00 



1,048.62 

179.73 

340,779.00 

7,582.85 

1.682.96 

1,454,230.50 



8,165.63 211,540.95 

62,287.04 682,106.01 

.00 .00 



.00 



523,452.67 893,646.96 
650.50 512.00 



$ 1,166,615.60 $ 2,348,389.46 



$ 20,210,097.00 $ 19,048,197.69 $ 1,166,615.60 $ 2,348,389.46 



TABLE V (Continued) 
AGRICULTURE (Continued) 



105 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Expenses Board of Agricul- 
tural Advisors & Advisory 
Board of Livestock Com- 
missioners 

Divisional Advisory Boards 

Total $ 



579,600.00 $ 


579,379.26 $ 


220.74 $ 


37,976.16 


36,694.00 


36,195.05 


498.95 


2,394.91 


25,600.00 


25,303.85 


296.15 


1,773.19 


73,300.00 


73,295.19 


4.81 


16,248.02 


23,000.00 


22,984.95 


15.05 


3,919.37 


12,500.00 


12,169.03 


330.97 


2,249.26 


7,000.00 


5,828.11 


1,171.89 


2,619.97 


17,200.00 


15,969.55 


1,230.45 


14,948.20 


26,400.00 


26,093.52 


306.48 


8,826.68 


26,000.00 


25,402.67 


597.33 


1,598.89 



2,000.00 
6,000.00 



1,519.87 
2,065.44 



480.13 
3,934.56 



33.34 
58.80 



835,294.00 



826,206.49 



9,087.51 $ 92,646.79 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Operating Expenses of the 
International Livestock 
Exposition 



40,000.00 



40,000.00 



00 



.00 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Refunds 



Refunds. 



3,000.00 



2,349.50 



650.50 $ 



512.00 



General Office 

Agricultural Premium Fund 

Operations 



Contractual Services. 
Commodities 



$ 


40,000.00 
5,000.00 

45,000.00 


$ 


31,747.03 
4,839.00 


$ 


8,252 
161 


97 
00 


$ 


14,537 
1,459 


51 
19 


$ 


$ 


36,586.03 


$ 


8,413 


97 


$ 


15,996 


70 




General 
Commodity 
Opera 


Office 
Trust Fund 
tions 















Expenses , 



Non-approp. 



4,716.29 



00 



.00 



106 



TABLE V (Continued) 
AGRICULTURE (Continued) 

General Office (Concluded) 

Illinois Rural Rehabilitation Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Ordinary & Contingent 
Expenses 



24,000.00 



23.875.48 



124.52 



1,682.96 



General Office 

Illinois Rural Rehabilitation Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Grants and Loans. 



551,000.00 



98,000.00 



453,000.00 



.00 



Agricultural Statistics 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement.. 
Contribution Social Secu- 


114,100.00 
7,370.00 

2,000.00 
2,400.00 
2,600.00 
2,400.00 
2,900.00 
500.00 
222,400.00 
3,700.00 

10,000.00 


$ 


112,936.13 
7,205.83 

1,661.87 
2,366.06 
1,438.70 
2,018.78 
2,771.16 
366.17 
214,273.94 
3,600.41 

5.925.93 


$ 
$ 


1,163.87 $ 
164.17 

338.13 

33.94 

1,161.30 

381.22 

128.84 

133.83 

8,126.06 

99.59 

4,074.07 


6,229.00 
398.66 

123.16 


Contractual Services 


189.73 
75.30 




330.94 




492.42 


Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing 
Telecommunications Services 
Administering Public Law 
733 


131.27 

14,596.83 

903.31 

.00 


Total $ 


370,370.00 


$ 


354,564.98 


15,805.02 $ 


23,470.62 



Agricultural Statistics 

Agricultural Marketing Services Fund 

Operations 



Administering Public Law 
733 



10,000.00 



5.218.78 



4,781.22 



450.74 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 





Apiary Insp 


ection 










General 


Revenue Fund 










Operations 








?! 


45,500.00 


$ 


44,393.38 


$ 


1,106.62 $ 


6,581.38 




2,965.00 




2,841.22 




123.78 


421.21 




2,200.00 




1,922.09 




277.91 


210.48 




2,000.00 




1,966.43 




33.57 


.00 




15,000.00 




14,916.65 




83.35 


1,880.68 




500.00 




351.11 




148.89 


29.59 




500.00 




494.07 




5.93 


.00 




4,400.00 




4,200.42 




199.58 


3,963.36 




1,000.00 




996.49 




3.51 


336.15 




1,500.00 
75,565.00 




1.448.71 


$ 


51.29 
2,034.43 $ 


911.25 


$ 


$ 


73,530.57 


14,334.10 



TABLE V (Continued) 
AGRICULTURE (Continued) 

County Fairs 

Agricultural Premium Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 
Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



$ 


67,700.00 


$ 


65,450.15 


$ 


2,249.85 $ 


5,787.00 




4,401.00 




4,180.65 




220.35 


370.37 




3,200.00 




3,043.86 




156.14 


310.43 




6,300.00 




5,861.81 




438.19 


835.00 




8,300.00 




5,608.27 




2,691.73 


720.40 




3,500.00 




3,302.42 




197.58 


2,231.72 




5,000.00 




4,959.43 




40.57 


.00 




5,900.00 




5,866.37 




33.63 


5,227.60 




2,300.00 




2,099.08 




200.92 


692.18 




2,000.00 


$ 


771.14 
101,143.18 




1,228.86 


100.70 


$ 


108,601.00 


$ 


7,457.82 $ 


16,275.40 



County Fairs 

Agricultural Premium Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Distribution to County Fairs 
and Other Agricultural 
Societies < 

Premiums to Agricultural 
Extension or 4-H Clubs... 

Premiums to Vocational 
Agriculture Section Fairs 

Rehabilitation of County 
Fairgrounds 

Premiums to International 
Livestock Exposition 

County Fair Incentive Grants 

Coles County Fair Associ- 
ation Reconstruction of 
Horse Barns Destroyed by 
Fire 

Decatur-Macon County Fair 
Association, Repair of 
Fairgrounds Damage From 
Tornado 

DuQuoin State Fair Asso- 
ciation for Replacing 
Horse Barns, Making Track 
Improvements, and Repair- 
ing Grandstand Facilities 



1,518,700.00 

465,000.00 

135,000.00 

646,000.00 

60,000.00 
50,000.00 



94,000.00 



294,000.00 



Total, 



$ 3,344,300.00 



1,518,700.00 

465,000.00 

135,000.00 

646,000.00 

52,932.90 
50,000.00 

94,000.00 

26,380.06 

294,000.00 
3,282,012.96 



.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 

7,067.10 
.00 



55,219.94 



.00 



.00 

.00 

4,394.16 

357,331.79 

.00 
.00 



26,380.06 



294,000.00 



62,287.04 $ 682,106.01 



County Fairs 

Fair & Exposition Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Distribution to County 
Fairs and Fair & Expo- 
sition Authorities. 



$ 2,550,000.00 



2,550,000.00 



108 



TABLE V (Continued) 
AGRICULTURE (Continued) 



Feeds, Fertilizers & Standards 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 907,500.00 

Contribution Retirement... 57,885.00 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 35,800.00 

Contractual Services 28,000.00 

Travel 92,700.00 

Commodities 13,700.00 

Printing 8,000.00 

Equipment 140,700.00 

Telecommunications Services 10,000.00 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 101,400.00 

Total $ 1,395,685.00 



$ 907,449.23 


$ 


50.77 $ 


44,877.50 


57,863.62 




21.38 


2,872.16 


35,741.62 




58.38 


1,890.79 


27,819.81 




180.19 


2,730. 35 


92,691.78 




8.22 


5,041.14 


13,622.39 




77.61 


2,005.17 


7,777.71 




222.29 


1,894.18 


26,200.01 


114 


,499.99 


8,514.00 


9,993.26 




6.74 


2,875.59 


100,919.44 


$ 115 


480.56 
,606.13 $ 


25,842.62 


$ 1,280,078.87 


98,543.50 



Grain Inspection 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Overtime Pay for Inspec- 
tions 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity. . ...' 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



$ 


152,500.00 


$ 


150,133.90 


$ 


2,366.10 $ 


8,176.29 




20,400.00 




14,411.33 




5,988.67 


2,083.07 




9,760.00 




9,207.18 




552.82 


495.62 




3,900.00 




3,496.67 




403.33 


294.88 




46,000.00 




43,613.61 




2,386.39 


1,689.48 




5,000.00 




4,986.23 




13.77 


111.00 




3,500.00 




3,203.94 




296.06 


870.15 




1,000.00 




844.97 




155.03 


318.45 




20,600.00 




17,614.11 




2,985.89 


13,556.55 




7,500.00 




7,497.86 




2.14 


1,571.96 




15,000.00 
285,160.00 




14,817.46 


$ 


182.54 


1,759.51 


$ 


$ 


269,827.26 


15,332.74 $ 


30,926.96 






Markets 










General Revenue Fund 












Operati 


ons 









Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Administering Public Law 733 

Total 



$ 


444,200.00 


$ 


442,703.82 


$ 


1,496.18 $ 


20,136.13 




28,400.00 




28,113.96 




286.04 


1,287.58 




18,200.00 




17,996.99 




203.01 


871.07 




26,900.00 




26,675.75 




224.25 


12,432.20 




44,000.00 




43,800.49 




199.51 


7,220.84 




6,000.00 




5,999.45 




.55 


112.32 




3,000.00 




1,303.50 




1,696.50 


1,142.00 




42,200.00 




39,844.71 




2,355.29 


37,908.04 




25,000.00 




24,970.23 




29.77 


5,638.03 




19,000.00 




17,192.12 




1,807.88 


2,540.46 




30,700.00 




10,992.99 


$ 


19,707.01 


645.91 


$ 


687,600.00 


$ 


659,594.01 


28,005.99 $ 


89,934.58 



TABLE V (Continued) 
AGRICULTURE (Continued) 

Markets (Concluded) 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Reimbursing Federal Gov- 
ernment $ 6,000.00 $ 6,000.00 

Expenses Illinois Horti- 
cultural Society 8,500.00 8,500.00 

Total $ 14,500.00 $ 14,500.00 



.00 



270.07 
.00 



270.07 



Markets 

Agricultural Premium Fund 

Operations 



Promotion of Agricultural 
Exports 



Administering Public Law 
No. 733 



Administering Public Law 
No. 733 



211,400.00 



211,358.24 



Markets 

Agricultural Marketing Services Fund 

Operations 



31,500.00 



20,511.39 



Markets 

Agricultural Master Fund 

Operations 



175,000.00 



132,4«4.47 



10, ! 



41.76 



.61 



42,515.53 



24,122.37 



597. 



7,582.85 



Meat, Poultry and Livestock Inspection 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Regular Positions $ 2,697,100.00 $ 2,634,358.38 

Overtime Pay for Inspec- 
tions made Outside Regu- 
lar Hours 13,800.00 6,032.25 

Contribution Retirement. . . 172,261.00 167,990.28 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 98,200.00 95,556.08 

Contractual Services 272,720.00 268,915.85 

Contractual Services for 
Part-time Veterinarian 

and Field Inspectors 112,280.00 88,240.00 

Travel 160,000.00 155,954.88 

Commodities 100,000.00 86,598.39 

Printing 29,000.00 24,729.07 

Equipment 172,000.00 166,107.23 

Telecommunications Services 46,600.00 30,410.57 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 126,500.00 122,056.17 

Animal Disease Diagnosis 

and Research 261,600.00 261,550.00 

Swine Disease Research 70,000.00 69,456.01 

Bovine Disease Research... 32,000.00 30,919.80 

Total $ 4,364,061.00 $ 4,208,874.96 



$ 


62,741.62 $ 


118,031.40 




7,767.75 


1,312.23 




4,270.72 


7,535.67 




2,643.92 


4,651.21 




3,804.15 


51,805.29 




24,040.00 


88,240.00 




4,045.12 


15,064.27 




13,401.61 


22,595.44 




4,270.93 


15,294.25 




5,892.77 


155,890.29 




16,189.43 


2,034.49 




4,443.83 


16,699.47 




50.00 


.00 




543.99 


26,726.78 




1,080.20 


12,095.50 


$ 


155,186.04 1 


537,976.29 



no 



TABLE V (Continued) 
AGRICULTURE (Continued) 



Poultry and Livestock Inspection (Concluded) 
General Revenue Fund 
Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Awards for Livestock De- 
struction $ 233,000.00 

States Share of Indemnities 
for the Depopulation of 
Sheep Infected with 
Scrapies 11,000.00 

Total $ 244,000.00 



227,223.29 $ 



10,063.54 



5,776.71 $ 100,202.45 



936.46 



237,286.83 $ 



6,713.17 $ 110,265.99 



Meat, Poultry and Livestock Inspection 

Federal Swine Brucellosis Program Fund 

Operations 



Expenses as Authorized by 
Federal Law or Regulation 



150,000.00 



13,439.69 



136,560.31 $ 



179.73 



Expenses as Authorized by 
Federal Law or Regulation 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement . . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Regulation of Pesticides.. 

Total 



Meat, Poultry and Livestock Inspection 

Wholesome Meat Fund 

Operations 



$ 2,634,800.00 



2,559,777.72 



Plant Industry 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



75,022.28 



340,779.00 



$ 


551,300.00 


$ 


549,440.25 


$ 


1 


,859.75 $ 


28,287.87 




35,046.00 




34,719.58 






326.42 


1,810.42 




20,300.00 




20,151.43 






148.57 


1,165.04 




19,000.00 




18,875.59 






124.41 


1,371.32 




29,000.00 




28,984.10 






15.90 


6,380.73 




11,000.00 




8,647.44 




2 


,352.56 


3,614.46 




7,100.00 




7,058.89 






41.11 


1,786.21 




47,200.00 




46,921.72 






278.28 


42,681.01 




7,200.00 




7,189.05 






10.95 


1,461.86 




22,000.00 




21,821.45 






178.55 


1,028.01 




10,000.00 




9,966.16 


$ 


5 


33.84 
,370.34 $ 


4,569.80 


$ 


759,146.00 


$ 


753,775.66 


94,156.73 



Soil and Water Conservation 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement... 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 



84,500.00 


$ 


84,402.77 


$ 


97.23 $ 


5 


,191.92 


5,261.00 




5,241.28 




19.72 




332.29 


4,200.00 




4,187.62 




12.38 




301.09 


4,500.00 




4,255.16 




244.84 




411.39 


6,000.00 




4,493.85 




1,506.15 




509.16 


2,200.00 




2,113.63 




86.37 




602.05 


100.00 




14.25 




85.75 




8.00 


4,200.00 




3,950.44 




249.56 


3 


,717.63 



TABLE V (Continued) 
AGRICULTURE (Concluded) 

Soil and Water Conservation (Concluded) 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



111 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Telecommunications Services 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Expenses, State Soil & 
Water Conservation Dis- 
tricts Advisory Board.... 



2,900.00 
5,000.00 

2,500.00 



2,815.99 
3,174.37 

1,285.94 



Total. 



121,361.00 



115,935.30 



84.01 1,006.99 
1,825.63 1,066.63 



1,214.06 



5,425.70 



226.26 



13,373.41 



Soil and Water Conservation 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Soils & Water Conservation 
Districts for Field Per- 
sonnel Etc. Expenses Water 
Conservation Boards & Ad- 
ministration $ 

Watershed Photogrammetry. . 

Watershed Engineers 

Total $ 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment ■ 

Telecommunications Services 

Total 



438,800.00 
35,000.00 
50,000.00 



$ 437,347.54 
35,000.00 
50,000.00 



523,800.00 $ 522,347.54 

Warehouses 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



1,452.46 
.00 
.00 



75,254.89 
13,250.00 

12,500.00 



1,452.46 $ 101,004.89 



$ 


468,200.00 


$ 


468,069.94 


$ 


130.06 


$ 


22,023.96 




29,954.00 




29,862.35 




91.65 




1,335.67 




26,000.00 




25,258.52 




741.48 




1,167.47 




15,000.00 




14,506.81 




493.19 




2,486.42 




95,900.00 




94,480.94 




1,419.06 




14,731.90 




2,300.00 




2,282.45 




17.55 




655.52 




2,500.00 




2,465.54 




34.46 




1,890.48 




4,900.00 




3,503.84 




1,396.16 




2,632.45 




10,200.00 
654,954.00 


$ 


9,771.10 
650,201.49 


$ 


428.90 
4,752.51 




4,276.02 


$ 


$ 


51,199.89 



********************** 



112 



TABLE V (Continued) 
BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 

Summary By Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps< 

Period) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue $ 1,862,084.00 

Agricultural Premium 961,291.00 

Coal Development 10,000,000.00 

Total Operation 12,823,375.00 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue 1,719,700.00 

Metropolitan Exposition 
Auditorium & Office 
Building 460,000.00 

Total Awards & Grants 2,179,700.00 

Total Appropriated Funds $ 15,003,075.00 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
BED Comprehensive Train- 
ing Non-approp. 

Governors Office Science 

and Technology Non-approp. 

Water Resources Plan- 
ning Non-approp. 

Total Non-appropriated 

Funds 

Total Business and 

Economic Development.. $ 15,003,075.00 



$ 1,732,999.43 

796,553.10 

.00 

2,529,552.53 

696,821.29 

460,000.00 

1,156,821.29 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



129,084.57 

164,737.90 

10,000,000.00 

10,293,822.47 

1,022,878.71 

.00 

1,022,878.71 



$ 185,847.25 

100,037.11 

.00 

285,884.36 



97,883.06 



97,883.06 



3,686,373.82 $ 11,316,701.18 $ 383,767.42 



$ 


23,834.67 










.00 


$ 


5,469.15 




1,800.10 










.00 




.00 




77,568.67 
103,203.44 










.00 
.00 




385.01 


$ 


$ 


5,854.16 


$ 


3,789,577.26 


$ 


11 


316 


701 


.18 


$ 


389,621.58 



TABLE V (Continued) 
BUSINESS ANDHX)NOMIC DEVELOPMENT 



113 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Midwest Nuclear Compact... 

State's Participation, 
Great Lakes Commission.. 

Total 



$ 


668,058.00 


$ 668,057.71 $ 




.29 $ 


14,418.36 




42,547.00 


42,521.40 




25.60 


922.78 




33,289.00 


33,287.54 




1.46 


827.55 




182,905.00 


167,431.94 


15 


,473.06 


10,179.58 




50,800.00 


50,590.40 




209.60 


10,674.84 




20,065.00 


19,614.34 




450.66 


3,392.27 




4,600.00 


4,599.68 




.32 


.00 




5,000.00 


4,628.70 




371.30 


.00 




55,200.00 


55,200.00 




.00 


11,331.19 




9,600.00 


8,738.94 




861.06 


1,873.25 




22,800.00 


.00 


22 


,800.00 


.00 




16,000.00 


13,997.17 


2 
42 


,002.83 


392.36 


$ 


1,110,864.00 


$ 1,068,667.82 $ 


,196.18 $ 


54,012.18 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Grants to Local and Re- 
gional Port Districts. . . 

Grants to Illinois Indus- 
trial Development Author- 
ity 

Acquisition and Modifica- 
tion of Coal Loading 
Facility Reappr. From 
FY 1974 

Total 



190,200.00 



25,600.00 



1,229,000.00 



$ 1,444,800.00 



187,315.22 



209,006.07 



2,884.78 $ 



1,019,993.93 



7,491.21 



.00 



.00 



421,921.29 $ 1,022,878.71 



7,491.21 



General Office 

Metropolitan Exposition Auditorium & Office Building Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Principal and Interest 
on Revenue Bonds, Spring- 
field Metropolitan Expo- 
sition and Auditorium 
Authority 



460,000.00 



460,000.00 



General Office 

BED Comprehensive Training Fund 

Operations 



.00 



Administrative Expenses 
of the Comprehensive 
Employment Training Act 
Program Grant 



Non-approp. 



23,834.67 



.00 



5,469.15 



114 



TABLE V (Continued) 
BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (Continued) 



General Office 

Water Resources Planning Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Water Resources Planning 
Grant 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Non-approp. 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



77,568.67 



385.01 



General Office, Administration of Energy Programs 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 88,450.00 

Contribution Retirement... 5,615.00 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 4,865.00 

Contractual Services 247,735.00 

Travel 5,175.00 

Equipment 800.00 

Total $ 352,640.00 



87,550.38 
5,589.11 

4,799.29 

176,641.62 

5,132.18 

764.75 

280,477.33 



899.62 
25.89 

65.71 

71,093.38 

42.82 

35.25 



72,162.67 



General Office, Administration of Energy Programs 

Coal Development Fund 

Operations 



7,720.83 
494.13 

373.66 

54,689.37 

30.64 

.00 



63,308.63 



For the Purposes of the 
Coal Development Bond Act 



$ 10,000,000.00 



.00 



$ 10,000,000.00 



.00 



International Trade Activity 

Agricultural Premium Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Foreign Trade Zone Feasi- 
bility Study 

Opening and Operating a 
Latin American Office.... 

Total 



$ 


468,594.00 $ 


468,587.18 $ 




6.82 $ 


27,958.18 




27,532.00 


27,501.97 




30.03 


1,662.67 




19,901.00 


19,897.65 




3.35 


1,222.70 




171,800.00 


165,819.64 


5 


980.36 


37,459.21 




80,600.00 


76,996.60 


3 


603.40 


24,006.79 




4,064.00 


3,214.79 




849.21 


925.34 




9,800.00 


5,626.19 


4 


173.81 


3,783.73 




3,800.00 


3,788.20 




11.80 


.00 




4,300.00 


4,300.00 




.00 


2,221.01 




5,900.00 


5,820.88 




79.12 


797.48 




115,000.00 


15,000.00 


100 


000.00 


.00 




50,000.00 


.00 


50 
164 


000.00 
737.90 $ 


.00 


$ 


961,291.00 $ 


796,553.10 $ 


100,037.11 



TABLE V (Continued) 

BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (Concluded) 



115 



Science and Technology 

Governors Office Science and Technology Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Expense-Science and Tech- 
nology Grant 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Statewide Promotion 

Tourism Brochures for 
Statewide Promotion 

Total 



Non-approp. 




$ 


1,800.10 




.00 


.00 


General 


Tourism 
Revenue Fund 










Op 


erations 








$ 179,250.00 
11,480.00 




$ 


177,555.03 
11,236.15 


$ 


1,694.97 $ 
243.85 


9,561.97 
582.94 


9,650.00 
27,000.00 
12,000.00 

2,000.00 






8,514.78 
26,003.03 
11,928.43 

1,903.47 




1,135.22 

996.97 

71.57 

96.53 


474.73 

2,112.78 

379.98 

108.31 


1,000.00 
92,200.00 






939.33 
88,329.03 




60.67 
3,870.97 


25.36 
29,731.36 


64,000.00 






57,445.03 




6,554.97 


25,549.01 


$ 398,580.00 




$ 


383,854.28 


$ 


14,725.72 $ 


68,526.44 



Tourism 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Counties Under 1,000,000. 
Counties Over 1,000,000.. 
Chicago Symphony Orches- 
tra Tour 

Total 



109,300.00 $ 109,300.00 
65,600.00 65,600.00 



100,000.00 



274,900.00 



100,000.00 



274,900.00 



.00 
.00 



$ 54,791.85 
35,600.00 



no 



90,391.85 



********************** 



116 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES 

Summary By Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue $ 48,389,627.00 

Illinois Soldiers & 

Sailors Home 3,045,198.00 

C. & F. S. Federal Pro- 
jects 515,000.00 

C. & F. S. Federal Pro- 

j ects No approp . 

C. & F. S. Manpower 427,000.00 

C. & F. S. Manpower No approp. 

Child Welfare Services.. 2,098,432.00 

Model Cities Project 15,000.00 

Total Operations 54,490,257.00 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue 53,281,700.00 

Child Welfare Services. . 6,000.00 

Total Awards and Grants 53,287,700.00 

Permanent Improvements: 
General Revenue 342,600.00 

Refunds: 
General Revenue 4,500.00 

Total Appropriated Funds $108,125,05 7.00 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

C. & F.S. Elementary & 
Secondary Education Act Non- approp. 

C. & F.S. Local Effort 
Day Care Program Non- approp. 

C. & F.S. Vocational 
Education Non- approp. 

Law Enforcement Commis- 
sion Grants Non-approp. 

Total Non-appropriated 

Funds 

Total Children and Family 
Services $108,125,057.00 



$ 45,624,458.11 


$ 2 


765,168.89 


$ 3 


450,096.78 


3,015,366.69 




29,831.31 




136,357.06 


404,190.78 




110,809.22 




69,547.34 


116,898.87 




.00 




85,166.32 


157,150.05 




269,849.95 




-959.57 


589.87 




.00 




.00 


1,958,948.49 




139,483.51 




279,629.39 


.00 




15,000.00 




.00 


51,277,602.86 


3 


,330,142.88 


4 


019,837.32 


51,289,389.81 


1 


,992,310.19 


5 


287,720.19 


5,061.87 




938.13 




476.85 


51,294,451.68 


1 


,993,248.32 


5 


288,197.04 


165,188.14 




177,411.86 




38,992.50 


3,255.08 




1,244.92 




854.51 



$ 102,740,497.76 



$ 666,828.08 

17,792,481.52 

146,737.40 

697,486.88 

$ 19,303,533.88 



$ 5,502,047.98 $ 9,347,881.37 

.00 $ 170,930.96 

.00 2,902,375.75 

.00 12,892.86 

.00 182,416.03 



,00 $ 3,268,615.60 



$ 122,044,031.64 $ 5,502,047.98 $12,616,496.97 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES (Continued) 



117 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 1,347,310.00 

Extra Help 4,400.00 

Contribution Retirement... 83,972.00 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 51,500.00 

Contractual Services 254,800.00 

Travel 51,700.00 

Rentals to Illinois Build- 
ing Authority 663,700.00 

Commodities 12,400.00 

Printing 24,500.00 

Equipment 5 , 500. 00 

Electronic Data Processing 620,000.00 
Telecommunications Services 43,400.00 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 11,800.00 

Total $ 3,174,982.00 



$ 1,347,149.80 


$ 


160.20 $ 


61,106.13 


4,381.09 




18.91 


275.00 


83,928.05 




43.95 


3,799.08 


51,159.93 




340.07 


2,593.35 


248,111.32 




5,688.68 


30,619.01 


43,412.99 




8,287.01 


4,991.84 


663,670.00 




30.00 


.00 


9,337.78 




3,062.22 


3,241.40 


16,114.94 




8,385.06 


5,453.35 


3,326.37 




2,173.63 


701.57 


596,892.90 




23,107.10 


68,466.42 


33,570.76 




9,829.24 


19,934.76 


9,874.53 


$ 


1,925.47 

64,051.54 $ 


399.77 


$ 3,110,930.46 


201,581.68 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Rehabilitation Moderniza- 
tion and Improvements to 
Existing Buildings and 
Facilities Reapprop. from 
FY 73 



177,900.00 



71,440.93 



106,459.07 



.00 



General Office 

C & F S Elementary & Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Expenses, 



Non-approp, 



116,143.81 



.no 



$ 116,143.81 



Migrant Day Care Programs 



General Office 

C & F S Federal Projects Fund 

Operations 



200,000.00 



164,106.22 



35,893.78 $ 



General Office 

C & F S Federal Projects Fund 

Operations 



51,335.36 



Personal Services and 
Fringe Benefit Expenses 
of the CETA Title VI 
Trainee Program 



No appro p. 



11,178.18 



.00 



1,773.87 



118 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES (Continued) 



General Office (Continued) 

C & F S Vocational Education Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Expenses Non-approp. $ 2,375.38 .00 

General Office 

Law Enforcement Commission Grants Fund 

Operations 

Expenses Non-approp. $ 12,602.42 .00 

Child Abuse Keporting And Investigation 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Treatment & Research of 
Child Abuse $ 400,000.00 $ 140,000.00 $ 260,000.00 

Child Welfare, Area Supportive Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Regular Positions $ 1,988,080.00 $ 1,979,509.54 $ 

Contribution Retirement. . 125,402.00 125,298.90 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 86,665.00 86,549.46 

Contractual Services 87,000.00 79,055.59 

Travel 87,850.00 77,762.04 

Commodities 13,800.00 12,470.48 

Printing 7,200.00 6,656.75 

Equipment 900.00 425.31 

Telecommunications Services 34,000.00 31,145.73 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 34,100.00 33,725.24 

Expenses of Tri-Agency 
Childrens Program at 
Tinley Park Mental Health 

Center 214,300.00 206,399.68 7,900.32 

Total $ 2,679,297.00 $ 2,638,998.72 $ 40,298.28 



8,570.46 $ 
103.10 

115.54 

7,944.41 

10,087.96 

1,329.52 

543.25 

474.69 
2,854.27 

374.76 



1,138.89 



.00 



.00 



83,102.02 
5,337.93 

4,220.56 
9,946.75 
8,288.14 
2,441.04 
465.85 
.00 
8,371.59 

3,146.38 



10,344.84 



135,665.10 



Child Welfare, Area Supportive Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Purchase Care: 
Foster Homes and Spe- 
- i.ill/<-d Voal >-r Care. . 

In Home Car<- 

Subsidized Ado;.- 



'. 20, I 16,000.00 $ 19,475,725.91 $ 

l ,620,000.00 L, 514,278. 27 



2,479,000. 00 
. 000.00 



,942,655.69 
969,029.4] 



660,274.09 $ 1,722,385.88 
105,721./ 1 128,257.04 



'. 16, 144.3] 
L5.970.59 



365,791.07 
106,673.20 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES (Continued) 



119 



Child Welfare, Area Supportive Services (Continued) 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



20,561,910.66 

2,071,156.70 

426,707.32 

2,466,753.36 

1,719,350.88 

$ 51,147,568.20 



3,126.91 



Purchase Care: 

Residential Care in 

Institutions 20, 625, 000. 00 

Purchase Care: 

Children's Personal and 

Physical Maintenance 2,370,000.00 

Purchase Care: 

Reimbursing Counties 434,400.00 

Purchase Care: 

Group Homes 2,475,600.00 

Purchase Care: 

Independent Living 1,753,000.00 

Total $ 52,878,000.00 

Child Welfare, Area Supportive Services 
General Revenue Fund 
Refunds 

Refunds $ 3,500.00 

Child Welfare Area Supportive Services 
C & F S Federal Projects Fund 
Operations 

Studies of the Utilization 
of Subsidies in Black 
Adoptions $ 150,000.00 $ 112,921.78 

Child Welfare Area Supportive Services 
C & F S Federal Projects Fund 
Operations 

CFTA Grant from the Office 
of Manpower and Human De- 
velopment No approp . 

Administrative Expenses of 
the Urban Comprehensive 
Services Grant Program. . . No approp. 

Total .00 



9,236.92 



35,655.00 



63,089.34 

298,843.30 

7,692.68 

8,846.64 

33,649.12 



2,104,208.80 

335,356.99 
106,679.50 
265,299.25 
152,823.03 



$ 1,730,431.80 $ 5,287,474.76 



373.09 



37,078.22 $ 



.00 



.00 



792.34 



4,289.92 



1,684.21 



30,566.73 



44,891.92 



.00 



32,250.94 



Neighborhood Youth Corps. 
Program 



Child Welfare Area Supportive Services 

C & F S Manpower Fund 

Operations 



427,000.00 



157,150.05 



Child Welfare Area Supportive Services 

C & F S Manpower Fund 

Operations 



269,849.95 $ 



-959.57 



Expenses. 



No approp. 



589.87 



.00 



00 



120 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES (Continued) 



Child Welfare, Area Supportive Services (Concluded) 

Child Welfare Services Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Federal Share of State 
Contribution for Group 
Insurance 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Training & Education of 
Professional, Technical 
and Auxiliary Personnel.. 

Total 



182,948.00 
11,708.00 



9,825.00 



145,523.94 
9,265.92 



4,861.52 



37,424.06 
2,442.08 

4,963.48 



$ 15,068.80 
964.40 



426.87 





4,000.00 


3,887.36 




112.64 


1,370.98 




38,100.00 


32,411.55 




5,688.45 


5,075.11 




21,300.0o 


21,291.85 




8.15 


1,602.91 




1,600.00 


1,126.58 




473.42 


.00 




1,400.00 


1,122.95 




277.05 


.00 




700.00 


58.45 




641.55 


.00 




8,000.00 


6,849.41 




1,150.59 


3,412.56 




2,700.00 


2,698.19 




1.81 


2,698.19 




100,000.00 
382,281.00 $ 


77,449.08 


$ 


22,550.92 
75,734.20 $ 


41,226.60 


$ 


306,546.80 


71,846.42 



Child Welfare, Area Supportive Services 

Law Enforcement Commission Grants Fund 

Operations 



Expenses of the Unified 
Delinquency Intervention 
Services Grant-Ilec 



Non-approp. 



684,884.46 



.00 



182,416.03 



Child Welfare, Area Supportive Services 

Model Cities Project Fund 

Operations 



Return of Model Cities Day 
Care Program Funds to City 
of Chicago $ 



15,000.00 



.00 



Child Welfare, Area Offices 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Regular Positions $14,391,388.00 $14,389,735.40 

Contribution Retirement. . 917,184.00 917,111.87 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 688,100.00 679,291.54 

Contractual Services 824,600.00 794,066.84 

Travel 604,800.00 579,364.53 

Commodities 55,100.00 54,267.73 

Printing 22,900.00 20,623.45 

Equipment 11,900.00 3,054.55 

Teleconmunlrations Services 426,200.00 424,253.05 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 14.700.00 14.642.26 

| L7, 956,872. 00 ', 17,876,411.22 



15,000.00 



.00 



$ 


1,652.60 


$ 636,772.43 




72.13 


40,473.83 




8,808.46 


30,977.71 




30,533.16 


45,679.59 




25,435.47 


81,491.47 




832.27 


10,619.90 




2,276.55 


3,999. 30 




8,845.45 


356.45 




1,946.95 


139,744.40 




57.74 
80,460.78 


4.248.11 


$ 


$ 99^,363.19 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES (Continued) 

Child Welfare, Area Office (Concluded) 

Child Welfare Services Fund 

Operations 



121 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Regular Positions $ 1,000,400.00 $ 998,278.54 

Contribution Retirement. .. 64,026.00 63,803.17 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 47,225.00 45,966.44 

Federal Share State Contri- 
bution Group Insurance. . . 36,000.00 18,453.34 

Contractual Services 343,000.00 309,028.39 

Travel 102,100.00 97,484.50 

Commodities 9,200.00 9,053.50 

Printing 4,600.00 1,716.60 

Equipment 1,100.00 810.19 

Telecommunication Services 104,400.00 104,011.92 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 4,100.00 3,795.10 

Total $ 1,716,151.00 $ 1,652,401.69 



$ 


2,121.46 


$ 80,263.46 




222.83 


5,136.86 




1,258.56 


4,463.73 




17,546.66 


7,518.35 




33,971.61 


53,284.78 




4,615.50 


13,778.67 




146.50 


5,898.72 




2,883.40 


192.00 




289.81 


.00 




388.08 


33,457.65 




304.90 


3,788.75 


$ 


63,749.31 


$ 207,782.97 



Child Welfare, Area Offices 

Child Welfare Services Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Maintenance & Travel For 
Aided Persons 



6,000.00 



5,061.87 



938.13 



476.85 



Community Services for the Visually Handicapped 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Total 



$ 


565,000.00 $ 550,388.28 


$ 


14,611.72 


$ 


25,146.12 




10,200.00 


8,668.49 




1,531.51 




442.56 




4,800.00 


4,206.46 




593.54 




237.09 




26,500.00 


21,456.62 




5,043.38 




2,307.11 




46,000.00 


43,878.03 




2,121.97 




4,069.68 




5,700.00 


5,510.25 




189.75 




1,961.88 




300.00 


44.10 




255.90 




.00 




1,000.00 


808.21 




191.79 




.00 




6,300.00 
665,800.00 < 


5,997.12 




302.88 




2,390.46 


$ 


640,957.56 


$ 


24,842.44 


$ 


36,554.90 



Day Care Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 



422,300.00 
27,040.00 

18,605.00 



$ 421,115.89 
26,951.42 

18,495.37 



1,184.11 
88.58 



109.63 



$ 20,027.64 
1,281.77 

960.72 



122 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES (Continued) 



Day Care Services (Concluded) 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Contractual Services 22,000.00 

Travel 29,500.00 

Commodities 2,600.00 

Printing 4,300.00 

Equipment 200.00 

Telecommunications Services 5,500.00 
Maintenance Security and 

Terminal Costs of Closed 

Facility 10,600.00 

Day Care Services for 

Children 13 years or 

Younger 9,373,600.00 

Total $ 9,916,245.00 



16,364.91 

21,447.58 

2,571.25 

1,914.86 

158.55 

3,369.99 



8,898.50 



7,311,145.97 



5,635.09 
8,052.42 

28.75 
2,385.14 

41.45 
2,130.01 



1,701.50 



2,062,454.03 



3,502.14 
1,978.33 
1,100.95 
458.99 
158.55 
1,387.92 



•122.50 



1,134,965.63 



7,832,434.29 $ 2,083,810.71 $ 1,165,700.14 



Day Care Services 
& F S Federal Projects Fund 
Operations 



Revising Day Care Program 
Standards 



25,000.00 



10,848.03 



14,151.97 



5,550.68 



Day Care Services 
S Local Effort Day Care Program Fund 
Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



$ 17,792,481.52 



.00 $ 2,902,375.75 



Evelyn Edwards Childrens Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement.... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
men t 

■A : 



$ 


159,400.00 $ 


156,500.92 


$ 


2,899.08 $ 


143.55 




10,022.00 


9,288.19 




733.81 


2.88 




9,535.00 


9,024.11 




510.89 


5.12 




23,300.00 


10,864.33 




12,435.67 


15.80 




500.00 


242.32 




257.68 


.00 




14,900.00 


9,120.56 




5,779.44 


383.48 




500.00 


74.39 




425.61 


.00 




2,000.00 


707.87 




1,292.13 


.00 




8,600.00 


5,759.04 




2,840.96 


912.46 




1,800.00 


1,309.97 


$ 


490.03 
27,665.30 $ 


84.00 


$ 


230,557.00 $ 


202,891.70 


1,547.29 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES (Continued) 



123 



Herrick House Children's Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 255,900.00 

Contribution Retirement... 15,273.00 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 20,195.00 

Contractual Services 48,500.00 

Travel 2,000.00 

Commodities 58,300.00 

Printing 400.00 

Equipment 5,100.00 

Telecommunications Services 6,000.00 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 3,400.00 

Total $ 415,068.00 



240,994.54 $ 
14,556.10 

13,268.20 

29,858.98 

945.56 

24,260.09 

271.42 

3,897.20 

3,145.55 

2,680.97 



14,905.46 $ 
716.90 

6,926.80 
18,641.02 

1,054.44 

34,039.91 

128.58 

1,202.80 

2,854.45 

719.03 



15,073.31 
916.39 

842.84 
9,780.45 

290.29 
7,367.36 

121.50 
3,813.95 

557.38 

1,611.78 



333,878.61 



11,189.39 $ 40,375.25 



Illinois Braille and Sight Saving School 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 1,733,500.00 

Student, Member or Inmate 

Compensation 3,200.00 

Contribution Retirement... 73,200.00 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 32,200.00 

Contractual Services 59,400.00 

Travel 3, 600. 00 

Commodities 142,900.00 

Printing 1, 900. 00 

Equipment 13,100.00 

Telecommunication Services 6,700.00 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 4,200.00 

Total $ 2,073,900.00 



$ 1,709,653.42 


$ 


23,846.58 < 


> 42,477.60 


3,190.25 




9.75 


.00 


72,028.92 




1,171.08 


2,211.03 


31,719.17 




480.83 


970.34 


55,724.06 




3,675.94 


14,612.32 


3,455.47 




144.53 


427.41 


135,897.13 




7,002.87 


17,952.95 


528.35 




1,371.65 


264.16 


12,030.48 




1,069.52 


11,560.00 


6,589.44 




110.56 


2,043.21 


4,008.33 




191.67 


1,204.35 


$ 2,034,825.02 


$ 


39,074.98 $ 93,723.37 



Illinois Braille and Sight Saving School 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Maintenance and Travel 
for Aided Persons 



500.00 



169.40 



330.60 $ 



21.00 



Illinois Braille and Sight Saving School 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Rehabilitation and In- 
stallation of Fire Alarm 
Systems 



21,000.00 



.00 



.00 



124 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES (Continued) 



Illinois Braille and Sight Saving School (Concluded) 
C. & F. S. Elementarv & Secondary Education Act Fund 
Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



79,337.54 



.00 



Illinois Braille and Sight Saving School 

C. & F. S. Federal Projects Fund 

Operations 



Deaf Blind Education Pro- 
grams 



140,000.00 



116,314.75 



23,685.25 



Expenses Illinois Braille 
and Sight Saving School.. 



Illinois Braille and Sight Saving School 

C. & F. S. Vocational Education Fund 

Operations 



Non-approp. 



6,815.61 



Illinois Children's Hospital School 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



. 00 



5,926.59 



Regular Positions $1,581,600.00 $ 1,548,672.24 

Extra Help 12,100.00 11,329.00 

Student, Member of Inmate 

Compensation 1,500.00 1,177.00 

Contribution Retirement. .. 87,200.00 83,766.65 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 50,600.00 48,522.68 

Contractual Services 227,200.00 200,203.41 

Travel 2,000.00 1,176.59 

Commodities 33,200.00 31,836.56 

Printing 1,900.00 827.69 

Equipment 1,300.00 156.17 

Telecommunications Services 26,700.00 24,771.63 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 2,200.00 1,512.88 

Total $2,027,500.00 $ 1,953,952.50 



$ 


32,927.76 


$ 66,143.79 




771.00 


1,998.00 




323.00 


276.25 




3,433.35 


3,894.51 




2,077.32 


2,383.52 




26,996.59 


15,804.61 




823.41 


215.40 




1,363.44 


3,193.96 




1,072.31 


79.23 




1,143.83 


.00 




1,928.37 


8,346.81 




687.12 
73,547.50 


372.66 


$ 


$ 102,708.74 



Expenses. 



Illinois Children's Hospital School 
S. Elementary & Secondary Education Act 
Operations 



Non-approp. 



53,370.77 



00 



Illinois Children's Hospital School 

C. & F. S. Vocational Education Fund 

Operations 



2,480.35 



I span ■.«••.. 



Non-approp. 



15,497.27 



0(1 



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CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES (Continued) 



125 



Illinois School for the Deaf 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Student, Member of Inmate 

Compensation 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automoti/ve Equipment 

Total $ 

C. & F. 
Expenses 

Expenses 



3,071,600.00 $ 

2,700.00 

116,800.00 

63,600.00 

269,000.00 

3,500.00 

277,000.00 

6,300.00 

55,900.00 

10,800.00 

5,900.00 



3,052,811.71 

2,699.00 

112,163.51 

62,268.04 

257,842.99 

3,366.18 

244,518.65 

6,046.62 

53,223.64 

10,449.93 

5,652.04 



18,788.29 $ 

1.00 

4,636.49 

1,331.96 

11,157.01 

133.82 

32,481.35 

253.38 

2,676.36 

350.07 

247.96 



3,883,100.00 $ 3,811,042.31 $ 
Illinois School for the Deaf 
Elementary & Secondary Education Act Fund 
Operation 

Non-Approp. $ 301,420.96 

Illinois School for Deaf 
C. & F. S. Federal Projects Fund 
Operations 

No Approp. $ 60,928.77 

Illinois School for the Deaf 



72,057.69 $ 



.00 $ 



C. & F. S. 



Vocational Education Fund 
Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-Approp. 



95,058.82 



Illinois Soldiers' and Sailors' Children's School 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Student, Member of Inmate 

Compensation 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. . 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



1,546,800.00 $ 1,482,632.56 



8,000.00 

88,325.00 

40,738.00 

192,000.00 

4,900.00 
137,800.00 

2,800.00 

4,200.00 
20,900.00 
11,200.00 



6,124.88 

85,465.93 

40,520.54 

190,136.30 

3,768.04 
128,204.67 

1,911.55 

2,793.29 
19,323.05 
10,538.43 



.00 $ 



.00 $ 



64,167.44 $ 

1,875.12 
2,859.07 

217.46 
1,863.70 
1,131.96 
9,595.33 

888.45 
1,406.71 
1,576.95 

661.57 



85,196.57 

.00 

3,802.63 

2,036.41 

58,088.29 

346.02 

23,401.28 

286.90 

52,195.33 

4,611.79 

2,304.72 



232,269.94 



51,141.51 



2,677.78 



65,490.95 

1,345.15 

4,003.75 

2,041.21 

62,864.52 

696.69 

23,327.98 

17.50 

48.90 

6,440.49 

3,470.30 



2,057,663.00 $ 



1,971,419.24 $ 



86,243.76 $ 



169,747.44 



126 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES (Continued) 



Illinois Soldiers 



and Sailors 1 Children 
General Revenue Fund 
Awards and Grants 



School (Continued) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Maintenance and Travel for 
Aided Persons 



1,000.00 



595.27 



Illinois Soldiers' and Sailors' Children's School 

C. & F. S. Elementary & Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



116,555.00 



Illinois' Soldiers' and Sailors' Children's School 
C. & F. S. Vocational Education Fund 
Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



26,990.32 



Illinois Veterans' Home 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Regular Positions $ 910,100.00 $ 908,568.21 

Extra Help 18,500.00 17,765.44 

Contribution Retirement... 58,496.00 58,473.88 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 39,700.00 38,279.21 

Contractual Services 214,400.00 211,850.67 

Travel 3,500.00 1,922.53 

Commodities 783,300.00 770,258.32 

Printing 3,400.00 2,890.50 

Equipment 17,700.00 13,208.27 

Telecommunications Services 18,000.00 16,681.04 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 14,500.00 12,704.49 

Total $ 2,081,596.00 $ 2,052,602.56 



134.30 



40,807.17 



3,079.60 



$ 


1,531.79 $ 


48,279.42 




734.56 


1,246.82 




22.12 


3,110.17 




1,420.79 


2,726.01 




2,549.33 


39,640.40 




1,577.47 


28.95 




13,041.68 


92,445.77 




509.50 


318.83 




4,491.73 


7,161.01 




1,318.96 


4,308.59 




1,795.51 


1,628.00 


$ 


28,993.44 $ 


200,893.97 



Maintenance and Tr i 
Aided Persons 



Illinois Veterans' Home 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



2,200.00 



1,056.94 



i i i Lnoia Vel erana' Home 
Genera] Revenue Fund 

• nt Improvements 



1,143.06 



Replacement of Roofs on 

$ ,000.00 

■ 

:• I 1- 

88 , 



,i , 127.00 $ 3,673.00 $ 



A. •,'..")..< I 






|/. i, 700.00 



46,279.79 



93,747.2] $ 49,952.79 $ 






TABLE V (Continued) 
CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES (Continued) 



127 



Illinois Veterans' Home (Concluded) 

General Revenue Fund 

Refunds 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Refunds. 



1,000.00 



128.17 



871.83 $ 



62.17 



Illinois Veterans' Home 

Illinois Soldiers & Sailors Home Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 2,723,400.00 

Student, Member or Inmate 

Compensation 39, 150. 00 

Contribution Retirement... 173,648.00 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 109,000.00 

Total $ 3,045,198.00 



$ 2,696,301.65 



39,103.10 
170,961.94 



109,000.00 



$ 3,015,366.69 



27,098.35 



46.90 
2,686.06 



00 



29,831.31 



122,748.81 

1,503.06 
7,630.26 

4,474.93 

136,357.06 



Illinois Visually Handicapped Institute 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Extra Help 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



$ 


589,600.00 


$ 


576,376.20 


$ 


13,223.80 $ 


27,793.25 




5,550.00 




5,473.90 




76.10 


295.04 




28,150.00 




26,603.29 




1,546.71 


1,203.25 




14,200.00 




13,475.57 




724.43 


716.98 




43,000.00 




34,304.83 




8,695.17 


9,979.64 




1,700.00 




1,202.58 




497.42 


163.18 




37,000.00 




31,648.50 




5,351.50 


2,206.92 




1,000.00 




287.18 




712.82 


75.50 




1,500.00 




860.95 




639.05 


.00 




14,500.00 




11,935.01 




2,564.99 


4,112.98 




2,400.00 




2,025.91 


$ 


374.09 
34,406.08 $ 


938.43 


$ 


738,600.00 


$ 


704,193.92 


47,485.17 




Maryville 


Child 


rens 1 Center 










Genera] 


Revenue Fund 










Operati 


ons 








$ 


93,400.00 


$ 


93,347.63 


$ 


52.37 $ 


4,443.95 




5,970.00 




5,936.91 




33.09 


283.61 




5,300.00 




3,774.71 




1,525.29 


208.22 




9,900.00 




9,011.72 




888.28 


1,042.95 




900.00 




777.51 




122.49 


75.84 




14,700.00 




13,320.03 




1,379.97 


1,941.27 




300.00 




65.62 




234.38 


22.96 




1,500.00 




879.68 




620.32 


329.95 




2,300.00 




2,214.77 




85.23 


.00 




1,000.00 
135,270.00 


$ 


945.33 
130,273.91 


$ 


54.67 


100. 74 


$ 


4,996.09 $ 


8,449.49 



128 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES (Concluded) 



S.R.S. Planning Control Unit 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Telcommunications Services 

Total 



$ 


171,800.00 
11,742.00 

6,200.00 
5,200.00 
4,400.00 
1,000.00 
4,100.00 


$ 


169,019.19 
10,705.51 

5,203.33 

4,378.99 

2,594.10 

389.94 

138.91 


$ 


2,780.81 
1,036.49 

996.67 
821.01 

1,805.90 
610.06 

3,961.09 


$ 


8 


,004.00 
512.26 

303.24 
.00 

192.63 
50.00 
38.20 




2,500. Ou 
206,942.00 




2,500.00 


$ 


.00 
12,012.03 


$ 


9 


.00 


$ 


$ 


194,929.97 


100.33 



Southern Illinois Children's Service Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Extra Help 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



$ 


92,000.00 $ 


91,888.81 


$ 




111.19 $ 


4 


,352.00 




2,400.00 


2,140.90 






259.10 




488.00 




6,065.00 


5,965.92 






99.08 




304.82 




5,470.00 


5,415.63 






54.37 




286.58 




12,700.00 


6,808.46 




5 


,891.54 




790.61 




1,300.00 


1,074.18 






225.82 




56.64 




18,700.00 


16,564.92 




2 


,135.08 




969.93 




400.00 


48. '2 






351.58 




.00 




2,900.00 


1,978.63 






921.37 


1 


,950.96 




2,300.00 


1,357.47 






942.53 




449.37 




2,000.00 


1,472.78 


$ 


11 


527.22 
,518.88 $ 


9 


281.87 


$ 


146,235.00 $ 


134,716.12 


,930.78 



******************** 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CONSERVATION 



129 



Summary By Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue $ 

Game and Fish 

State Boating Act 

State Parks 

Land & Water Recreation 

Total Operations 

Awards and Grants: 

State Boating Act 

Capital Development 

Total Awards & Grants. 

Permanent Improvements : 

General Revenue 

Game and Fish 

State Boating Act 

State Parks 

Capital Development 

Land & Water Recreation. 

Total, Permanent Im- 
provements 

Refunds: 
Game & Fish 

Total, Appropriated Funds. $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

Forest Reserve 

Historic Sites 

Youth Conservation Cor- 
poration Program 

Total, Operations 

Permanent Improvements : 
HUD Conservation Assistance. _ 

Total, Non-Appropriated 
Funds _ 

Total, Conservation $ 



14,604,855.00 
5,809,447.00 
1,360,486.00 
1,430,000.00 

No Approp 



14,088,843.80 
5,575,962.65 
1,292,584.94 
1,367,873.75 
4.997.023.28 



516,011.20 $ 1,655,496.66 



233,484.35 

67,901.06 

62,126.25 

.00 



794,803.06 

185,134.33 

590,452.63 

1,327,004.77 



23,204,788.00 


27,322,288.42 


879,522.86 


4,552,891.45 


1,868,600.00 


207,917.69 


1,660,682.31 


.00 


4,500,000.00 


951,947.07 


3,548,052.93 


.00 


6,368,600.00 


1,159,864.76 


5,208,735.24 


.00 


580,500.00 


88,084.84 


492,415.16 


.00 


661,600.00 


313,500.94 


348,099.06 


.00 


2,150,000.12 


867,233.12 


1,282,767.00 


.00 


200,000.00 


8,757.75 


191,242.25 


.00 


610,000.00 


.00 


610,000.00 


.00 


4,517,661.26 


1,314,599.75 


3,203,061.51 


.00 


8,719,761.38 


2,592,176.40 


6,127,584.98 


.00 


8,000.00 


7,999.35 


.65 


3,248.80 



38,301,149.38 $ 



Non-Approp. $ 
Non-Approp . 

Non-Approp. 



12,215,843.73 $ 4,556,140.25 



Non-Approp. 



41,086.54 
227,016.00 

153,749.43 



421,851.97 



1,093,977.50 



1,515,829.47 



.00 
12,619.42 

15,010.10 



.00 



27,629.52 



.00 



.00 $ 



27,629.52 



38,301,149.38 $ 32,598,158.40 $ 12,215,843.73 $ 4,583,769.77 



130 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CONSERVATION (Continued) 



Executive Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Administration of the Nature 
Preserve Act 

Total $ 



246,800.00 
15,975.00 

9,400.00 

17,900.00 

23,200.00 

2,000.00 

5,200.00 

16,000.00 

9,300.00 



58,000.00 _ 
403,775.00 $ 



236,192.52 
15,031.23 

8,884.16 

14,872.59 

16,157.21 

485.61 

4,186.63 
15,363.22 

7,191.50 

57,993.79 



10,607.48 $ 11,355.70 
943.77 726.76 



515.84 
3,027.41 
7,042.79 
1,514.39 
1,013.37 

636.78 



502.42 
1,349.98 
1,928.69 
67.60 
4,149.40 
6,829.40 



2,108.50 502.21 

6.21 2,984.55 



376,358.46 



27,416.54 



30,396.71 



Expenses. 



Executive Office 

Historic Sites Fund 

Operations 



Non-approp. 



227,016.00 



Administrative Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



12,619.42 



Regular Positions $ 413,100.00 

Contribution Retirement... 26,441.00 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 19,060.00 

Contractual Services 132,100.00 

Rentals to Illinois Build- 
ing Authority 566,000.00 

Commodities 22, 700.00 

Printing 130,400.00 

Electronic Data Processing 73,600.00 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 63,900.00 

Total $ 1,447,301.00 



$ 


407,138.85 


$ 


5,961.15 


$ 


18,444.92 




25,921.68 




519.32 




1,174.83 




17,341.31 




1,718.69 




939.05 




129,353.57 




2,746.43 




28,024.91 




565,625.00 




375.00 




.00 




22,538.71 




161.29 




5,829.08 




105,643.00 




24,757.00 




33,459.57 




73,460.25 




139.75 




18,325.10 




62,842.02 
1,409,864.39 


$ 


1,057.98 
37,436.61 




3,165.60 


$ 


$ 


109,363.06 



Administrative Services 

General Revenue Fund 
Permanent Improvements 



Purchase of Real Property 
Adjoining the William W. 
Powers Conservation Area, 
Cook County 

Construction and Develop- 
ment of Mult lpl« i;h<- fa - 
1 1 it lm on .'ii 1 I«m rati Los 
If Reapprp. from FY 74. 






100,000.00 



4 80/;00.00 
J80.500.00 



.00 $ 100,000.00 



88,084.84 



88,084.84 



i')?,4 1',.lf. 



$ 492,415.16 



.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CONSERVATION (Continued) 



131 



Administrative Services 

Game & Fish Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement... 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing 
Telecommunications Services 

Total $ 



348,700.00 $ 
22,317.00 

14,900.00 
102,700.00 

12,800.00 

22,300.00 
107,800.00 

15,500.00 

57,040.00 

21,400.00 



725,457.00 



341,096.66 
21,215.58 

12,855.12 
90,552.90 
9,711.89 
18,809.39 
103,043.83 
10,409.06 
56,633.54 
18,186.19 



7,603.34 
1,101.42 

2,044.88 
12,147.10 
3,088.11 
3,490.61 
4,756.17 
5,090.94 
406.46 
3,213.81 



20,823.71 
1,232.05 

743.28 
10,038.13 

1,798.74 

8,023.32 
19,378.21 

3,456.45 
18,713.33 

4,479.20 



682,514.16 



42,942.84 



88,686.42 



Administrative Services 

Game & Fish Fund 
Permanent Improvements 



Construction and Develop- 
ment of Multiple Use Fac- 
ilities on all Game and 
Fish Lands Reapprop. from 
FY74 



661,600.00 



313,500.94 



348,099.06 



00 



Administrative Services 

Game & Fish Fund 

Refunds 



Refunds. 



000.00 



7,999.35 



.65 



3,248.80 



Administrative Services 

State Boating Act Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 124,100.00 

Contribution Retirement... 7,942.00 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 5,400.00 

Printing 30,000.00 

Electronic Data Processing 57,700.00 



Total. 



225,142.00 



121,461.96 
7,492.82 

3,707.86 
28,799.71 
57,674.16 



219,136.51 



2,638.04 $ 5,862.16 
449.18 323.81 



1,692.14 

1,200.29 

25.84 



6,005.49 



223.71 

7,983.68 

57.33 



14,450.69 



Administrative Services 

State Boating Act Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Grants to Local Govern- 
mental Units for Con- 
struction, Maintenance & 
Improvement of Boat Access 
Areas 



$ 1,868,600.00 



207,917.69 



$ 1,660,682.31 



132 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CONSERVATION (Continued) 



Administrative Services (Continued) 
State Boating Act Fund 
Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Construction Maintenance 
and Improvement of all 
Types of Boating Faci- 
lities 

Construction Maintenance 
and Improvement of all 
Types of Boating Facil- 
ities Reapprop. from FY 74 



Total. 



$ 


350,100.00 


$ 


810.75 


$ 


349,289.25 


.00 




1,799,900.12 


$ 


866,422.37 
867,233.12 


$ 


933,477.75 
1,282,767.00 


.00 


$ 


2,150,000.12 


.00 



Development of the Illinois 
and Michigan Canal 



Administrative Services 

State Parks Fund 
Permanent Improvements 



200,000.00 $ 



8,757.75 



Administrative Services 

Capital Development Fund 

Awards and Grants 



191,242.25 



.00 



Grants to Local Govern- 
ments as Provided in the 
Open Space Lands Acqui- 
sition Act $ 

Grants to Local Govern- 
ments as Provided in the 
Open Space Lands Acqui- 
sition Act Reapprop. from 
FY74 _ 

Total $ 



1,000,000.00 



3,500,000.00 



4,500,000.00 



.00 $ 1,000,000.00 



951,947.07 



2,548,052.93 



951,947.07 $ 3,548,052.93 



00 



Administrative Services 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Development of the Seven 
Mile Lake Project in 
White County 



610,000.00 



610,000.00 



.00 



Administrative Services 

Forest Reserve Fund 

Operations 



Bnployment Training Program Non-approp. 



41,086.54 



Administrative Services 

HUD Conservation Assistance Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



.00 



00 



Land Acquisition and Reloca- 
Paymenta Provl-I.-I \,y 
Hud Grant 



; .prop. 



1,093,977.50 



00 



,00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CONSERVATION (Continued) 



133 



Administrative Services (Concluded) 

Land & Water Recreation Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Construction and Develop- 
ment of Multiple use Fac- 
ilities on all Recreation- 
al Lands $ 2,184,300.00 

Construction and Develop- 
ment of Multiple use Fac- 
ilities on all Recreation- 
al Lands Reapprop. from 
FY74 2,333,361.26 

Total $ 4,517,661.26 



515,876.26 



798,723.49 



1,314,599.75 



1,668,423.74 



1,534,637.77 
3,203,061.51 



.00 



.00 



.00 



Administrative Services 

Land & Water Recreation Fund 

Operations 



Employment Training Program 
Flood Damage Assistance... 



Total, 



No Approp. 
No Approp. 



$ 4,952,023.28 
45,000.00 



4,997,023.28 



.00 
.00 



1,327,004.77 
.00 



00 $ 1,327,004.77 



Fish 

Game & Fish Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 752,700.00 

Contribution Retirement... 48,170.00 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 27,310.00 

Contractual Services 52,300.00 

Travel 28,000. 00 

Commodities 65,100.00 

Equipment 55,800.00 

Telecommunications Services 15,700.00 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 48,800.00 

Total $ 1,093,880.00 



727,232.02 
46,585.78 

26,636.20 
52,173.04 
24,034.24 
62,427.11 
52,361.10 
15,653.38 

48,314.89 



25,467.98 $ 
1,584.22 

673.80 

126.96 

3,965.76 

2,672.89 

3,438.90 

46.62 

485.11 



21,640.51 
1,386.37 

650.81 

1,649.83 

2,225.84 

15,945.24 

42,140.69 

4,014.69 

2,879.27 



1,055,417.76 



38,462.24 $ 92,533.25 



Forestry 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 1,183,100.00 $ 

Contribution Retirement... 75,720.00 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 43,580.00 

Contractual Services 62,800.00 

Travel 20, 700. 00 

Commodities 62,600.00 

Equipment 23,100.00 

Telecommunications Services 30,000.00 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 72,500.00 _ 

Total $ 1,574,100.00 $ 



1,137,110.17 
72,818.62 

39,039.56 
62,782.40 
15,591.73 
57,388.95 
21,055.96 
29,995.30 

70,867.02 



45,989.83 $ 
2,901.38 

4,540.44 
17.60 
5,108.27 
5,211.05 
2,044.04 
4.70 

1,632.98 



56,716.72 
3,636.20 

2,196.39 
3,519.33 
1,358.46 
22,439.16 
17,558.95 
8,926.24 

13,614.21 



1,506,649.71 



.7,450.29 $ 129,965.66 



134 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CONSERVATION (Continued) 



Law Enforcement 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
men t 

Total 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodi t ies 

Printing 

Eq uipmen t 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 
Contribution Social Si 

rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Print fr./. 

Equipment 

at Services 

men t 





$ 


641,350.00 


$ 


623,426.76 $ 


17,923.24 $ 


39,013.98 




41,044.00 




39,590.35 


1,453.65 


2,496.90 




12,790.00 




12,773.09 


16.91 


1,107.73 




5,300.00 




4,199.40 


1,100.60 


170.00 




3,300.00 




3,299.76 


.24 


6.00 




3,900.00 




3,899.95 


.05 


.00 




1,600.00 




1,570.21 


29.79 


825.00 




14,500.00 




13,665.79 


834.21 


10,683.20 




4,300.00 




4,299.05 


.95 


.00 




23,400.00 




23,399.82 


.18 


.00 


$ 


751,484.00 


$ 


730,124.18 $ 


21,359.82 $ 


54,302.81 




Law 


Enforcement 








Game 


& Fish 


Fund 








Operations 






$ 


497,250.00 


$ 


490,211.64 $ 


7,038.36 $ 


17,810.52 




31,830.00 




31,314.04 


515.96 


1,141.79 




15,590.00 




15,417.96 


172.04 


535.42 




28,100.00 




26,827.84 


1,272.16 


13,474.47 




43,900.00 




43,124.75 


775.25 


4,103.87 




26,100.00 




26,089.36 


10.64 


4,197.25 




9,500.00 




8,790.16 


709.84 


1,118.43 




91,800.00 




91,512.99 


287.01 


89,676.39 




27,000.00 




26,979.30 


20.70 


6,848.86 




102,120.00 




102,118.11 


1.89 


14,413.46 


$ 


873,190.00 


$ 


862,386.15 $ 


10,803.85 $ 


153,320.46 




Law 


Enforcement 








State Boating 


Act Fund 








Operations 






$ 


472,900.00 


$ 


465,475.15 $ 


7,424.85 $ 


18,047.94 




'.6.00 




29,667.13 


598.87 


1,154.11 




.,'0.00 




1.6,341.51 


178.49 


602.69 




14, LOO. 00 




12,886.77 


1,213.23 


5,265.00 




26,000.00 




16,511.73 


9,488.27 


2,040.10 




00.00 




12,491. il 


8.69 


3,875.24 




00.00 




4,570.79 


729.21 


2,536.51 




46, 700. Of) 




46,222.55 


477.45 


43,856.05 




l 1,700.00 




13,655. 69 


44.31 


3,477.91 




66, L80.00 




56,371.53 


9,808.47 


12,429.63 




704, L66.00 


$ 


674,194.16 $ 


29,971.84 $ 


93,285.18 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CONSERVATION (Continued) 



135 



Land and Historic Sites 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement. . . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total $ 



5,521,650.00 $ 
349,390.00 

278,150.00 

1,166,800.00 

75,300.00 

551,400.00 

203,000.00 

283,500.00 



8,429,190.00 $ 



5,405,908.90 $ 
346,430.03 

275,324.38 

1,139,129.96 

49,619.94 

541,888.53 

199,488.23 

272,757.18 _ 

8,230,547.15 $ 



115,741.10 $ 
2,959.97 

2,825.62 

27,670.04 

25,680.06 

9,511.47 

3,511.77 

10,742.82 



374,082.85 
23,961.34 

20,167.39 
136,009.44 

10,438.46 
444,703.64 
124,019.46 

63,508.62 



198,642.85 $ 1,196,891.20 



Land and Historic Sites 

State Boating Act Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Administration of the Snow- 
mobile Program 

Total 



$ 


105,040.00 


$ 


104,938.17 $ 


101.83 $ 


5,020.50 




6,720.00 




6,708.43 


11.57 


321.31 




6,200.00 




5,552.85 


647.15 


267.17 




57,700.00 




55,490.28 


2,209.72 


19,071.41 




100,000.00 




96,998.10 


3,001.90 


3,868.44 




30,000.00 




29,907.00 


93.00 


11,004.00 




75.000.00 
380,660.00 


$ 


51,060.44 
350,655.27 $ 


23,939.56 


35,544.88 


$ 


30,004.73 $ 


75,097.71 



Land and Historic Sites 

State Parks Fund 

Operations 



Contractual Services $ 

Commodities 

Illinois-Michigan Canal... 

Total $ 



366,400.00 $ 
1,013,600.00 
50,000.00 

1,430,000.00 



347,442.34 $ 
970,796.72 
49,634.69 

1,367,873.75 



18,957.66 $ 
42,803.28 
365.31 

i2,126.25 



254,692.35 

303,979.59 

31,780.69 

590,452.63 



Land and Historic Sites 

Youth Conservation Corporation Program Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp , 



153,749.43 



15,010.10 



136 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CONSERVATION (Concluded) 



Acquisition and Development 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement. . . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

State Share of Inter-State 
Commiss ions 

Total 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement.. 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Total $ 



$ 


1,473,050.00 
94,275.00 


$ 




1,363,982.20 
86,481.33 


$ 


109,067.80 $ 
7,793.67 


68,749.86 
4,382.34 




66,120.00 
107,900.00 
80,360.00 
12,700.00 
8,400.00 
21,600. 0C 
28,800.00 






58,075.83 

106,654.29 

61,047.41 

8,908.03 

3,299.08 

12,468.96 

28,796.44 




8,044.17 
1,245.71 
19,312.59 
3,791.97 
5,100.92 
9,131.04 
3.56 


3,278.77 

22,928.72 

7,992.95 

2,100.08 

3,176.08 

10,342.15 

10,521.75 




4,800.00 






4,586.34 




213.66 


1,104.52 




101,000.00 
1,999,005.00 






101,000.00 


$ 


.00 
163,705.09 $ 


.00 


$ 


$ 




1,835,299.91 


134,577.22 




Acquisition 
State Boat 


and 
ing 


Development 
Act Fund 










Operations 








$ 


45,600.00 
2,918.00 


$ 




43,924.50 
2,811.20 


$ 


1,675.50 $ 
106.80 


2,074.50 
132.77 




2,000.00 






1,863.30 




136.70 


93.48 



50,518.00 $ 



48,599.00 



1,919.00 $ 



Wildlife Resources 

Game & Fish Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
men t 

Wildlife Restoration Project _ 

Total $ 



1,484,900.00 $ 
95,030.00 

62,590.00 
198,600.00 

71,700.00 
568,900.00 
262,300.00 

57,700.00 

110,900.00 
204,300.00 



1,432,467.07 
91,363.68 

58,437.44 
194,510.60 

54,615.38 
540,995.25 
246,123.26 

54,956.34 

106,838.82 
195,336.74 



52,432.93 
3,666.32 

4,152.56 

4,089.40 

17,084.62 

27,904.75 

16,176.74 

2,743.66 

4,061.18 
8,963.26 



81,808.96 
5,263.66 

3,748.32 
42,868.14 

4,277.17 

176,942.72 

64,441.23 

26,876.16 

17,242.93 
36,793.64 



3,116,^0.00 $ 



2,975,644.58 



141,275.42 $ 460,262.93 



r********V 



-*********** 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS 

Summary By Category and Fund 



137 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue $ 82,472,819.00 $ 

Working Capital Revolving 3,000,000.00 _ 

Total Operations 85,472,819.00 

Awards and Grants: 
General Revenue 858,500.00 

Permanent Improvements: 
General Revenue 835,000.00 _ 

Total Appropriated 

Funds $ 87,166,319.00 $ 

NON- APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Comprehensive Offender 

Manpower Program Non-approp. $ 

Correctional Manpower 

Services Project Non-approp. 

Corrections Elementary 
and Secondary Education 

Act Non-approp . 

Correctional School Dis- 
trict Education Non-approp. 

Correctional Special Pur- 
pose Trust Non-approp. 

Total Non-appropriated 

Funds $_ 

Total Corrections $ 87,166,319.00 $ 



81,608,381.48 
2,773,250.59 



688,155.08 
312,491.94 

759,900.91 
1,800,838.50 
4,816,085.00 

8,377,471.43 



$ 864,437.52 $ 6,541,757.05 

226,749.41 608,787.40 



84,381,632.07 1,091,186.93 7,150,544.45 

655,392.89 203,107.11 78,149.96 

300,294.37 534,705.63 137,396.35 

85,337,319.33 $ 1,828,999.67 $ 7,366,090.76 



.00 $ 13,211.22 

.00 302.87 

.00 51,364.81 

.00 290,924.74 

.00 896,025.85 



.00 $ 1,251,829.49 



93,714,790.76 $ 1,828,999.67 $ 8,617,920.25 



138 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapst 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Legal Pees and Court Costs 

Legal Fees and Court Costs 

Travel 

Payment of Rentals to the 
Illinois Building Author- 
ity 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Tri-agency Childrens Pro- 
gram 

Care and Maintenance Costs 
Related to Inmates Trans- 
ferred to Cook County... 

Total 



$ 2,120,620.00 $ 


2,118,897.83 $ 


1,722.17 $ 


91,076.98 


129,850.00 


129,720.17 


129.83 


5,591.44 


65,755.00 


64,069.90 


1,685.10 


3,176.97 


236,500.00 


234,873.64 


1,626.36 


50,485.28 


35,000.00 


34,999.12 


.88 


57.60 


200,000.00 


178,884.04 


21,115.96 


178,884.04 


153,530 Ov, 


153,526.71 


3.29 


21,383.36 


2,731,405.00 


2,731,405.00 


.00 


.00 


37,200.00 


36,459.53 


740.47 


4,448.01 


25,000.00 


24,604.10 


395.90 


849.84 


12,300.00 


11,877.43 


422.57 


7,638.08 


757,900.00 


755,957.10 


1,942.90 


62,777.61 


46,900.00 


46,882.01 


17.99 


.00 


30,200.00 


30,195.72 


4.28 


11,617.92 


215,000.00 


200,004.06 


14,995.94 


9,289.94 


240,000.00 


119,199.17 


120,800.83 


119,199.17 


$ 7,037,160.00 $ 


6,871,555.53 $ 


165,604.47 $ 


566,476.24 



Sheriffs Fees for Convey- 
ing Prisoners 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



55,000.00 $ 



54,874.55 $ 



General Office 

Comprehensive Offender Manpower Program Fund 

Operations 



.00 



Expenses- Comprehensive 
Offender Manpower Program 



Non-approp. 



688,155.08 



.00 $ 



13,211.22 



h pWM ti 



General Office 
Correctional Manpower Services Project Fund » 
Operations 



Non-approp . 



303,654.59 



.00 $ 



General Office 

Corrections Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



302.87 



K /;,<••! •.<■!.. 



tpprop. 



264,604.26 



,00 



7,513.1 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



139 



General Office (Continued) 

Correctional School District Education Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Expenses. 



Non-approp 



204,645.21 



General Office 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



00 $ 



23,444.12 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



2,612,295.10 



.00 $ 



550,857.18 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 





Adult Pare 


le Services 












General Revenue Fund 












Opera 


tions 










$ 


1,572,800.00 $ 


1,535,094.62 


$ 


37 


705.38 $ 


67,372.96 




98,040.00 


97,819.21 






220.79 


4,341.65 




56,800.00 


56,763.16 






36.84 


2,752.76 




41,282.00 


34,939.22 




6 


342.78 


5,942.13 




135,980.00 


135,950.00 






30.00 


21,368.90 




9,600.00 


8,834.17 






765.83 


2,302.26 




3,000.00 


2,988.28 






11.72 


100.76 




11,500.00 


10,966.96 






533.04 


3,883.08 




36,600.00 


36,592.00 






8.00 


14,082.73 




8,700.00 


8,624.53 


$ 


45 


75.47 
729.85 $ 


2,837.39 


$ 


1,974,302.00 $ 


1,928,572.15 


124,984.62 



Expenses. 



Adult Parole Services 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



$ Non-approp. 



324,502.90 



,00 $ 



23,428.63 



Adult Reception and Diagnostic Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Total 



$ 


664,100.00 $ 


653,454.70 


$ 


10,645.30 


$ 


34,509.71 




41,793.00 


41,534.03 




258.97 




1,962.20 




27,270.00 


25,448.67 




1,821.33 




1,472.16 




13,000.00 


12,693.06 




306.94 




1,720.76 




4,900.00 


2,438.04 




2,461.96 




356.11 




6,000.00 


5,930.58 




69.42 




677.87 




2,000.00 


1,701.39 




298.61 




111.39 




5,100.00 


4,468.34 




631.66 




2,197.42 




3,000.00 


2,267.20 


$ 


732.80 
17,226.99 


$ 


448.31 


$ 


767,163.00 $ 


749,936.01 


43,455.93 



140 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



Community Centers 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



$ 


336,400.00 $ 


329,069.83 $ 


7,330.17 $ 


14,054.19 




21,492.00 


20,920.39 


571.61 


899.47 




19,400.00 


18,433.13 


966.87 


822.10 




117,600.00 


94,076.00 


23,524.00 


11,531.37 




10,215.00 


9,959.40 


255.60 


575.74 




15,300.00 


8,999.38 


6,300.62 


2,454.88 




1,000.00 


357.85 


642.15 


.00 




37,415.00 


36,000.70 


1,414.30 


35,450.62 




8,400.00 


5,618.61 


2,781.39 


1,921.31 




3,300.00 


1,300.85 


1,999.15 

45,785.86 $ 


286.87 


$ 


570,522.00 $ 


524,736.14 $ 


67,996.55 



Community Centers 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



ILEC Grant-Community Centers 
Halfway House 



Non-approp. 



99,208.94 



00 $ 



59,589.95 



Regular Positions 

Student, Member or Inmate 
Compensation 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecomnunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 





Illinois Youth 


Center, DuPage 








General Revenue Fund 








Opera 


tions 






$ 


581,741.00 $ 


581,740.41 $ 


.59 $ 


29,418.06 




4,500.00 


4,499.75 


.25 


213.25 




28,850.00 


27,707.94 


1,142.06 


1,342.91 




21,907.00 


21,125.63 


781.37 


1,061.94 




51,185.00 


50,812.22 


372.78 


9,249.46 




1,000.00 


968.06 


31.94 


362.85 




72,550.00 


72,409.55 


140.45 


6,572.94 




1,200.00 


1,190.18 


9.82 


197.35 




11,243.00 


10,628.50 


614.50 


8,422.22 




5,800.00 


5,431.06 


368.94 


476.46 




7,530.00 


7,526.06 


3.94 


1,741.50 


$ 


787,506.00 $ 


784,039.36 $ 


3,466.64 $ 


59,058.94 



Illinois Youth Center, DuPage 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 







100.00 9 



50.04 $ 



119.97 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 

Illinois Youth Center, DuPage (Concluded) 

Corrections Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



141 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



29,414.91 



.00 $ 



8,019.78 



Illinois Youth Center, DuPage 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



12,807.17 



.00 $ 



767.85 



Dwight Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Student, Member of Inmate 
Compensation 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total $ 



1,305,800.00 $ 

10,700.00 
81,265.00 

38,911.00 

153,203.00 

1,959.00 

251,392.00 

1,250.00 

7,820.00 

16,700.00 

13,430.00 



1,882,430.00 $ 



1,305,417.55 $ 

10,700.00 
81,200.17 

38,910.17 

153,003.70 

1,915.13 

250,255.09 

1,218.88 

7,552.18 

16,470.75 

13,311.53 _ 

1,879,955.15 $ 



382.45 $ 


74,614.62 


.00 


1,506.59 


64.83 


4,156.56 


.83 


2,504.75 


199.30 


26,933.59 


43.87 


109.65 


136.91 


27,008.76 


31.12 


252.70 


267.82 


5,359.00 


229.25 


5,007.47 


118.47 


1,890.89 



2,474.85 $ 149,344.58 



Dwight Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Travel and Allowance, 
Paroled and Discharged 
Prisoners 



000.00 $ 



3,777.71 



4,222.29 $ 



470.30 



Dwight Correctional Center 

Correctional School District Education Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



$ Non-approp. $ 



4,450.66 



.00 $ 



1,042.47 



Dwight Correctional Center 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



Personal Services and Fringe 
Benefit Expenses of the 
Department of Corrections 
Trainee Staff Grants 



Non-approp. 



.00 $ 



3,650.03 



142 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



Illinois Youth Center, Hanna City 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Student, Member or Inmate 
Compensation 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunication Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



$ 


756,500.00 $ 


756,328.59 


$ 


171.41 $ 


38,468.47 




9,100.00 


9,073.55 




26.45 


1,592.80 




40,826.00 


40,617.69 




208.31 


2,031.90 




32,600.00 


32,562.16 




37.84 


1,751.40 




85,945.00 


81,981.78 




3,963.22 


10,407.89 




3,500.00 


3,152.29 




347.71 


254.62 




103,596 0^ 


103,197.36 




398.64 


6,046.54 




400.00 


283.76 




116.24 


112.78 




7,300.00 


5,401.29 




1,898.71 


.00 




10,000.00 


9,324.58 




675.42 


3,783.20 




11,185.00 


10,835.13 


$ 


349.87 
8,193.82 $ 


2,311.13 


$ 


1,060,952.00 $ 


1,052,758.18 


66,760.73 



Illinois Youth Center, Hanna City 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Travel and Allowance, 
Paroled and Discharged 
Prisoners 



1,100.00 $ 



1,028.65 



71.35 



51.45 



Illinois Youth Center, Hanna City 

Corrections Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



35,167.60 



.00 



2,244.94 



Illinois Youth Center, Hanna City 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



23,069.66 



00 



2,475.00 



ilar Positions 

Student, Member of Inmate 

Compt-ns.it ion 

Contribution Retirement... 

rity 











■ent 



Illinois Youth Center, Valley View 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



$ 


/.700.00 $ 


1,827,371.42 $ 


328.58 $ 


86,709.69 




25,000.00 


24,999.60 


.40 


468.00 




97,793.00 


97,792.62 


.38 


4,489.55 




18.00 


187.95 


.05 


3, 677. 19 




L62, LOO.OO 


1.62,06] . 70 


38. 30 


16,971.82 




10.00 


5,791 


1.65 


30.41 




00.00 


218,064.64 


1 ,735. 36 


19,022.26 




l ,600 


\. I 1 


L6.87 


1,201.40 




1 ! , 700.00 


i L, 654. 60 


45.40 


.00 




10.00 


2 '.. 160.60 


439.40 


9,249.43 




L4.4I 


14,166.43 


7 ! ;.',/ 


3,717.40 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



143 



Illinois Youth Center, Vallev View (Concluded) 
General Revenue Fund 
Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Total, 



2,466,081.00 $ 2,463,241.04 



2,839.96 $ 



145,537.15 



Illinois Youth Center, Valley View 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Travel and Allowance, 
Paroled and Discharged 
Prisoners 



2,500.00 $ 



2,491.38 



.62 $ 



33.50 



Road Repairs. 



Illinois Youth Center, Valley View 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



40,000.00 $ 



1,167.74 



38,832.26 



Illinois Youth Center, Valley View 

Corrections Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp, 



83,135.17 



,00 $ 



.00 



6,633.38 



Expenses. 



Illinois Youth Center, Valley View 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



Non-approp. 



90,849.30 



.00 $ 



24,591.41 



Illinois Youth Center, St. Charles 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 4,217,591.00 $ 

Student, Member or Inmate 

Compensation 30,000.00 

Contribution Retirement... 235,715.00 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 149,527.00 

Contractual Services 156,310.00 

Travel 8,500.00 

Commodities 559,300.00 

Printing 9 , 900. 00 

Equipment 16,800.00 

Telecommunications Services 22,000.00 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 30,030.00 

Total $ 5,435,673.00 $ 



4,217,569.42 $ 




21.58 $ 


186,241.81 


29,982.03 




17.97 


6,300.07 


235,710.84 




4.16 


10,488.56 


149,525.27 




1.73 


6,893.71 


156,187.41 




122.59 


21,114.76 


8,339.45 




160.55 


1,012.73 


548,932.38 


10 


,367.62 


38,501.80 


9,820.44 




79.56 


.00 


16,670.78 




129.22 


6,667.68 


21,980.96 




19.04 


.00 


30,000.85 




29.15 


2,251.31 


5,424,719.83 $ 


10 


953.17 $ 


279,472.43 



144 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



Illinois Youth Center, St. Charles (Concluded) 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Travel and Allowance, 
Paroled and Discharged 
Prisoners 



2,000.00 $ 



1,821.78 



178.22 $ 



411.71 



Illinois Youth Center, St. Charles 

Correctional Manpower Services Project Fund 

Operations 



Expenses-Illinois Training 
School for Boys St. 
Charles 



Non-approp. 



5,004.13 



Illinois Youth Center, St. Charles 

Corrections Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



139,635.01 



.00 $ 



6,217.60 



Illinois Youth Center, St. Charles 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



85,401.21 



00 $ 



16,055.90 



Illinois Youth Center, Geneva 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 2,616,980.00 $ 2,613,823.71 

Student, Member or Inmate 

Compensation 18,000.00 17,742.30 

Contribution Retirement.. . 155,432.00 153,764.72 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 90,612.00 90,611.50 

Contractual Services 167,710.00 167,670.40 

Travel 1,000.00 963.07 

Conmodities 174,100.00 173,073.83 

Printing 1,500.00 1,488.73 

Equipment 7,300.00 7,284.10 

Telecommunications Services 16,200.00 16,158.44 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 14,400.00 14,309.66 

Total $ 3,263,234.00 $ 3,256,890.46 



$ 


3,156.29 $ 


121,625.88 




257.70 


1,151.70 




1,667.28 


6,736.27 




.50 


15,251.50 




39.60 


17,902.35 




36.93 


5.03 




1,026.17 


7,899.44 




11.27 


124.55 




15.90 


3,973.78 




41.56 


4,000.44 




90.34 


1,332.88 


$ 


6,343.54 $ 


180,003.82 



Illinois Youth Center, Geneva 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



an'l A I low-in' < , 
•d and Dl»' 





BOO. 00 9 



445.76 



354.24 $ 



1.89 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



145 



Illinois Youth Center, Geneva (Concluded) 

Corrections Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



84,759.03 



.00 $ 



5,621.89 



Illinois Youth Center, Geneva 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



33,842.63 



.00 $ 



5,777.45 



Joliet Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Student, Member or Inmate 
Compensation 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



$ 3,291,963.00 $ 


3,291,962.71 $ 


.29 $ 


177,590.00 


10,000.00 


10,000.00 


.00 


.00 


198,514.00 


198,513.47 


.53 


9,742.93 


128,800.00 


126,599.46 


2,200.54 


7,380.96 


273,363.00 


262,427.73 


10,935.27 


67,117.29 


8,150.00 


8,145.32 


4.68 


2,005.39 


811,011.00 


788,217.86 


22,793.14 


128,023.62 


7,415.00 


6,170.74 


1,244.26 


579.07 


34,135.00 


29,675.21 


4,459.79 


20,844.08 


21,300.00 


21,300.00 


.00 


3,728.33 


11,100.00 


10,119.96 


980.04 


3,601.81 


$ 4,795,751.00 $ 


4,753,132.46 $ 


42,618.54 $ 


420,613.48 



Joliet Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Travel and Allowance, 
Paroled and 
Prisoners 



17,500.00 $ 



17,500.00 



00 



.00 



Joliet Correctional Center 

Correctional Manpower Services Project Fund 

Operations 



Expenses- Joliet. 



$ Non-approp. 



1,881.05 



00 



.00 



146 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



Juvenile Field Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Student, Member or Inmate 
Compensation 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Community Services, Cook 
County Unit 

Total 



$ 3,079,250.00 $ 


3 


,079,250.00 


.00 $ 


148,192.38 


33,500.00 




24,433.88 $ 


9,066.12 


4,627.70 


196,880.00 




196,032.42 


847.58 


9,357.24 


116,474.00 




116,473.41 


.59 


6,125.51 


350,950.00 




323,383.74 


27,566.26 


26,692.69 


161,950.00 




161,713.46 


236.54 


15,620.55 


85,700.00 




82,433.95 


3,266.05 


11,185.01 


2,100.00 




1,457.87 


642.13 


618.17 


5,400.00 




3,871.51 


1,528.49 


1,344.46 


92,400.00 




90,468.43 


1,931.57 


16,496.38 


2,700.00 




2,603.17 


96.83 


486.35 


639,300.00 




609,917.21 


29,382.79 


36,230.37 


$ 4,766,604.00 $ 


4 


,692,039.05 $ 


74,564.95 $ 


276,976.81 


Juvenile 


Field 


Services 






General 


Revenue Fund 






Awards 


and 


Srants 







Grants to Community Agencies $ 

Travel and Allowance, 
Paroled and Discharged 
Prisoners 

Boarding Out State Wards. 



Total. 



385,000.00 



14,500.00 
162,000.00 



561,500.00 $ 



244,242.52 



12,869.70 
158,952.41 



416,064.63 



140,757.48 $ 



1,630.30 
3,047.59 



145,435.37 $ 



46,349.77 



412.58 
17,890.31 



64,652.66 



Juvenile Field Services 
Corrections Elementary and Secondary Education Act 
Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



3,394.37 



.00 



.00 



Juvenile Field Services 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



205,831.50 



.00 $ 



10,481. 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



147 



Joliet Juvenile Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Student, Member or Inmate 
Compensation 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operations Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



$ 1,795,620.00 $ 


1,792,445.28 


$ 


3 


174.72 $ 


81,550.89 


10,320.00 


10,311.84 






8.16 


1,652.60 


106,694.00 


106,693.66 






.34 


4,623.00 


54,200.00 


54,063.51 






136.49 


2,508.51 


103,900.00 


98,822.11 




5 


077.89 


9,026.96 


1,537.00 


1,524.19 






12.81 


205.15 


202,400.00 


198,419.41 




3 


980.59 


28,655.46 


1,700.00 


1,397.88 






302.12 


683.74 


13,100.00 


13,001.85 






98.15 


2,846.29 


20,700.00 


20,204.02 






495.98 


12,978.04 


13,000.00 


12,948.27 






51.73 


4,885.12 


$ 2,323,171.00 $ 


2,309,832.02 


$ 


13 


338.98 $ 


149,615.76 



Joliet Juvenile Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Travel and Allowance, 
Paroled and Discharged 
Prisoners 



3,300.00 $ 



1,421.22 



1,878.78 $ 



408.15 



Joliet Juvenile Center 

Corrections Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



28,967.85 



4,481.94 



Joliet Juvenile Center 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



27,009.30 



.00 $ 



17,655.44 



Regular Positions 

Student, Member or Inmate 
Compensation 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



Menard Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



$ 4 


,947,970.00 $ 


4 


,939,855.60 


$ 


8,114.40 $ 


187,057.58 




25,000.00 




24,696.00 




304.00 


4,201.00 




300,428.00 




300,069.16 




358.84 


8,006.32 




171,435.00 




171,434.45 




.55 


7,245.36 




261,660.00 




252,465.03 




9,194.97 


79,915.59 




8,200.00 




8,195.70 




4.30 


641.57 


1 


606,700.00 


1 


,581,643.79 




25,056.21 


267,731.63 




8,000.00 




7,661.28 




338.72 


2,571.08 




44,225.00 




42,591.06 




1,633.94 


24,176.96 




24,000.00 




20,178.25 




3,821.75 


3,394.62 




34,000.00 




33,819.03 




180.97 


9,528.16 


$ 7 


431,618.00 $ 


7 


382,609.35 


$ 


49,008.65 $ 


594,469.87 



148 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



Menard Correctional Center (Concluded) 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Travel and Allowance, 
Paroled and Discharged 
Prisoners 



50,000.00 $ 



39,097.65 



10,902.35 



3,446.50 



Menard Correctional Center 

Correctional School District Education Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



9,348.99 



.00 



Menard Correctional Center 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



Personal Services and 
Fringe Benefit Expenses 
of the Department of 
Corrections Trainee Staff 
Grants 



Non-approp. 



10,199.34 



Menard Psychiatric Division 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Student, Member or Inmate 
Compensation 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



$ 


1,168,600.00 $ 


1,150,807.81 


$ 


17,792.19 $ 


56,596.56 




8,000.00 


7,992.50 




7.50 


1,355.00 




74,052.00 


73,329.02 




722.98 


3,552.14 




41,696.00 


41,695.77 




.23 


2,065.71 




48,998.00 


46,877.29 




2,120.71 


16,386.63 




4,735.00 


4,732.74 




2.26 


973.29 




332,000.00 


328,229.83 




3,770.17 


50,380.01 




3,000.00 


2,582.87 




417.13 


149.61 




19,100.00 


19,012.08 




87.92 


9,053.87 




8,600.00 


8,600.00 




.00 


1,915.92 




4,500.00 


4,291.14 
1,688,151.05 


$ 


208.86 
25,129.95 $ 


1,102.39 


$ 


1,713,281.00 $ 


143,531.13 



Menard Psychiatric Division 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



and Allowance, 
<d and Discharged 

<-TH 



3,000.00 $ 



2,969.65 



30.35 



.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



149 



Menard Psychiatric Division (Concluded) 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Rehabilitation of Kitchen 
and Dining Area 



50,000.00 



.00 



50,000.00 



.00 



Expenses. 



Menard Psychiatric Division 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp. 



22,011.16 



Operation of Institution Industries 

Working Capital Revolving Fund 

Operations 



.00 



.00 



Regular Positions 

Student, Member or Inmate 
Compensation 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Reserve for New and Ex- 
panded Product Lines 

Total 



$ 840,000.00 $ 


833,897.52 


$ 


6,102.48 $ 


43,611.00 


213,100.00 


213,045.45 




54.55 


16,356.46 


53,000.00 


52,180.67 




819.33 


2,359.19 


19,275.00 


19,251.51 




23.49 


1,066.29 


300,000.00 


259,549.58 




40,450.42 


145,487.07 


4,400.00 


4,317.77 




82.23 


677.55 


1,303,225.00 


1,180,151.13 




123,073.87 


249,173.22 


4,000.00 


524.21 




3,475.79 


.00 


36,000.00 


23,889.73 




12,110.27 


7,528.72 


13,000.00 


2,733.65 




10,266.35 


161.94 


14,000.00 


5,691.52 




8,308.48 


1,347.98 


200,000.00 


178,017.85 




21,982.15 


141,017.98 


$ 3,000,000.00 $ 


2,773,250.59 


$ 


226,749.41 $ 


608,787.40 



Parole and Pardon Board 
General Revenue Fund 
Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement . . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



$ 


270,348.00 $ 


270,299.48 $ 


48.52 $ 


12,212.10 




16,819.00 


16,818.46 


.54 


722.36 




8,000.00 


7,763.37 


236.63 


295.39 




125,000.00 


123,669.53 


1,330.47 


14,380.12 




53,300.00 


53,298.00 


2.00 


5,248.87 




6,000.00 


5,702.98 


297.02 


204.59 




2,000.00 


1,641.11 


358.89 


285.96 




3,700.00 


2,876.16 


823.84 


35.24 




7,000.00 


7,000.00 


.00 


2,612.49 




7,000.00 


6,161.82 


838.18 
3,936.09 $ 


1,897.64 


$ 


499,167.00 $ 


495,230.91 $ 


37,894.76 



150 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



Pre-Release 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Total 



$ 


226,500.00 $ 


226,412.25 


$ 




87.75 


$ 


12,689.00 




14,503.00 


14,470.73 






32.27 




812.10 




12,500.00 


12,400.80 






99.20 




736.86 




9,800.00 


8,618.25 




1 


,181.75 




668.60 




26,100.00 


25,177.14 






922.86 




2,683.62 




1,200 00 


1,189.86 






10.14 




95.87 




200.00 


196.06 






3.94 




.00 




900.00 


732.40 






167.60 




.00 




19,400.00 


17,575.06 




1 


824.94 




4,176.20 


$ 


311,103.00 $ 


306,772.55 


$ 


4 


330.45 


$ 


21,862.25 



Pre-Release 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



40,144.97 



,00 



.00 



Regular Positions 

Student, Member Inmate 
Compensat ion 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
men t 

Total 





Pontiac Correctional Center 












Genera 


1 


Revenue Fund 












Ope 


rations 










$ 4 


,048,060.00 

29,800.00 
254,260.00 

143,024.00 


$ 


4 


,047,589.31 

29,747.50 
254,259.60 

143,023.57 


$ 




470.69 $ 

52.50 
.40 

.43 


222,496.25 

5,005.00 
12,322.84 

8,444.77 




464,335.00 






460,594.21 




3 


740.79 


70,799.62 




6,920.00 






6,910.97 






9.03 


631.20 


1 


357,700.00 
7,600.00 




1 


342,577.99 
7,133.75 




15 


122.01 
466.25 


199,606.92 
6,617.21 




47,700.00 






44,829.00 




2 


871.00 


30,505.65 




21,200.00 






20,447.89 






752.11 


7,283.95 




18,200.00 






16,052.11 




2 


147.89 


3,761.41 


$ 6 


398,799.00 


$ 


6 


373,165.90 


$ 


25 


633.10 $ 


567,474.82 



Pontiac Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



and ai l ova 
Paroled and 

Prisoner- 



32,000.00 $ 



21,271.96 



10,728.04 $ 



.in) 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



151 



Pontiac Correctional Center (Concluded) 
General Revenue Fund 
Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Rehabilitation and Enlarge- 
ment of Pontiac Sewage 
Disposal Plant $ 

Rehabilitation & Enlarge- 
ment of Pontiac Sewage 
Disposal Plant, Reappr. 
from FY 1974 

Installation of Fluorescent 
Lighting in Cells 

Roof Repair on Various 
Buildings 

Total 



110,000.00 



.00 



110,000.00 



.00 





220,000.00 




.00 




220,000.00 




.00 




30,000.00 




29,280.28 




719.72 




11,023.20 




45,000.00 




14,608.03 




30,391.97 




.00 


$ 


405,000.00 


$ 


43,888.31 


$ 


361,111.69 


$ 


11,023.20 



Pontiac Correctional Center 

Correctional Manpower Services Project Fund 

Operations 



Expenses-Pontiac , 



Non-approp. 



1,708.56 



.00 



.00 



Expenses. 



Pontiac Correctional Center 

Correctional School District Education Fund 

Operations 



Non-approp. 



871.69 



.00 



.00 



Pontiac Correctional Center 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



Personal Services and Fringe 
Benefit Expenses of the 
Department of Corrections 
Trainee Staff Grants 



Non-approp. 



4,527.89 



00 $ 



915.97 



Regional Correctional Services-Pere Marquette 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Student, Member or Inmate 
Compensation 

Contribution Retirement .... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total $ 



$ 


673,000.00 $ 


665,616.86 $ 


7,383.14 $ 


39,263.41 




11,000.00 


10,999.50 


.50 


1,696.00 




36,551.00 


36,146.22 


404.78 


2,300.50 




32,300.00 


20,226.63 


12,073.37 


1,287.31 




52,500.00 


47,862.47 


4,637.53 


4,409.76 




28,400.00 


28,399.30 


.70 


5,453.24 




48,415.00 


42,690.75 


5,724.25 


9,410.43 




500.00 


60.85 


439.15 


.00 




7,400.00 


6,883.16 


516.84 


5,675.10 




15,300.00 


15,300.00 


.00 


2,108.24 




14,600.00 


9,927.32 


4,672.68 


2,338.21 


$ 


919,966.00 $ 


884,113.06 $ 


35,852.94 $ 


73,942.20 



152 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



Regional Correctional Services-Pere Marquette (Concluded) 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Travel and Allowance, 
Paroled and Discharged 
Prisoners 

Boarding Out State Wards. 



1,500.00 $ 
18,900.00 



227.80 $ 1,272.20 
11,113.87 7,786.13 



$ 62.30 
1,585.53 



Total. 



20,400.00 $ 



11,341.67 



9,058.33 



1,647.83 



Regional Correctional Services-Pere Marquette 

Corrections Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Expenses-Pere Marquette. 



Non-approp. 



32,380.51 



00 



2,204.59 



Regional Correctional Services-Pere Marquette 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



Expenses-Regional Correc- 
tional Services- ILEC 
Grant 



Non-approp. 



390,322.51 



. 00 



54,385.17 



School District 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
men t 

Total 



$ 


1,116,550.00 $ 


1,116,544.65 


$ 


5.35 $ 


61,123.18 




22,974.00 


22,829.41 




144.59 


828.54 




10,590.00 


10,555.64 




34.36 


549.79 




369,400.00 


336,382.00 




33,018.00 


181,008.51 




16,600.00 


16,436.28 




163.72 


1,358.98 




50,000.00 


49,978.40 




21.60 


8,551.90 




3,700.00 


27.68 




3,672.32 


.00 




23,700.00 


20,505.38 




3,194.62 


17,333.93 




4,900.00 


3,080.43 




1,819.57 


1,795.31 




100.00 


.00 




100.00 


.00 


$ 


1,618,514.00 $ 


1,576,339.87 


$ 


42,174.13 $ 


272,550.14 



School District 

Correctional School District Education Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp, 



1,469,114.98 



.00 



261,923.09 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



153 



Sheridan Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Student, Member or Inmate 
Compensation 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



$ 


2,237,800.00 $ 


2,236,905.55 $ 


894.45 $ 


108,174.08 




17,800.00 


17,800.00 


.00 


3,000.50 




141,668.00 


141,667.45 


.55 


6,495.94 




77,033.00 


77,032.99 


.01 


3,863.08 




104,230.00 


104,131.42 


98.58 


14,784.24 




5,655.00 


5,652.21 


2.79 


885.89 




522,145.00 


521,823.95 


321.05 


83,901.08 




1,300.00 


1,272.70 


27.30 


746.02 




16,200.00 


16,090.15 


109.85 


13,901.47 




24,700.00 


23,995.86 


704.14 


13,923.34 




14,900.00 


14,871.21 


28.79 


5,077.30 


$ 


3,163,431.00 $ 


3,161,243.49 $ 


2,187.51 $ 


254,752.94 



Sheridan Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Travel and Allowance, 
Paroled and Discharged 
Prisoners 



5,700.00 $ 



5,682.89 



17.11 



.00 



Roof Repairs to Various 
Buildings 



Sheridan Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Expenses. 



25,000.00 $ 



312.79 



Sheridan Correctional Center 

Correctional School District Education Fund 

Operations 



Non-approp 



42,545.71 



24,687.21 $ 



00 $ 



312.79 



2,206.56 



Social Services Planning Unit 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing 
Telecommunications Services 

Total 



$ 


99,800.00 $ 


97,096.58 $ 


2,703.42 $ 


4 


129.00 




6,434.00 


6,097.12 


336.88 




264.26 




4,300.00 


1,909.02 


2,390.98 




89.55 




4,400.00 


1,454.25 


2,945.75 




15.85 




3,600.00 


1,484.04 


2,115.96 




14.00 




1,000.00 


320.45 


679.55 




32.01 




200.00 


.00 


200.00 




.00 




1,100.00 


.00 


1,100.00 




.00 




18,600.00 


17,487.05 


1,112.95 


1 


001.05 




1,600.00 


1,592.77 


7.23 


1 


051.64 


$ 


141,034.00 $ 


127,441.28 $ 


13,592.72 $ 


6 


597.36 



154 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



Stateville Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 7,073,980.00 $ 7,073,977.82 

Student, Member or Inmate 

Compensation 40,400.00 40,400.00 

Contribution Retirement.. . 426,679.00 426,554.45 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 292,900.00 291,048.53 

Contractual Services 696,970.00 689,963.09 

Travel 9,500- 0C 9,463.38 

Commodities 2,039,800.00 1,959,463.20 

Printing 11,100.00 11,056.39 

Equipment 95,600.00 94,008.94 

Telecommunications Services 47,000.00 46,966.09 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 32,500.00 31,935.29 

Total $ 10,766,429.00 $ 10,674,837.18 



2.18 $ 


493,443.54 


.00 


8,579.92 


124.55 


27,324.51 


1,851.47 


20,737.74 


7,006.91 


80,490.54 


36.62 


1,470.18 


80,336.80 


337,145.90 


43.61 


1,222.95 


1,591.06 


41,970.05 


33.91 


4,470.12 


564.71 


5,175.46 



91,591.82 $ 1,022,030.91 



Stateville Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Travel and Allowance, 
Paroled and Discharged 
Prisoners 



60,000.00 $ 



42,072.67 



17,927.33 $ 



Kitchen and Dining Room 
Equipment 

Redevelopment of Deep Water 
Wells, Reappr. From FY 
1972 

Total 



Stateville Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



60,000.00 $ 



200,000.00 



260,000.00 $ 



54,946.75 



199,978.78 
254,925.53 $ 



Stateville Correctional Center 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



5,053.25 $ 51,372.22 
21.22 74,688.14 



5,074.47 $ 126,060.36 



Expenses-Stateville ILEC 
Grant 



Non-Approp. 



68,496.94 



,00 $ 



29,681.05 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



155 



Vandalia Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Student, Member or Inmate 
Compensation 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



$ 


2,626,300.00 $ 


2,626,174.77 $ 




125.23 




28,300.00 


28,228.00 




72.00 




164,850.00 


164,849.95 




.05 




71,787.00 


71,786.17 




.83 




115,300.00 


114,882.73 




417.27 




14,653.00 


14,637.19 




15.81 




846,300.00 


843,337.56 


2 


,962.44 




3,800.00 


3,403.21 




396.79 




61,800.00 


59,396.53 


2 


,403.47 




34,000.00 


33,518.27 




481.73 




22,100.00 


18,319.09 


3 


780.91 


$ 


3,989,190.00 $ 


3,978,533.47 $ 


10 


656.53 



133,884.05 

4,660.00 
7,811.56 

3,913.19 
21,241.69 

6,282.60 

67,391.07 

593.41 

15,168.48 

20,823.75 

2,877.26 

284,647.06 



Vandalia Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Travel and Allowance, 
Paroled and Discharged 
Prisoners , 



15,200.00 $ 



14,629.96 



570.04 



.00 



Vandalia Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Rehabilitation of Electrical 
Distribution System $ 



40,000.00 



.00 



.00 



Vandalia Correctional Center 

Correctional School District Education Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



13,718.49 



. 00 



1,454.94 



Vandalia Correctional Center 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



Personal Services and Fringe 
Benefit Expenses of the 
Department of Corrections 
Trainee Staff Grants 



Non-approp. 



7,088.69 



.00 



792.38 



156 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



Vienna Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Regular Positions 

Student, Member or Inmate 
Compensation 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



$ 2,952,700.00 $ 


2,951,883.27 


$ 


816.73 $ 


148,850.40 


25,000.00 


21,459.32 




3,540.68 


2,155.12 


184,123.00 


182,883.95 




1,239.05 


8,877.63 


137,060.00 


136,720.38 




339.62 


7,168.65 


189,400.00 


189,385.00 




15.00 


24,410.14 


13,700. p 


13,662.20 




37.80 


6,962.85 


793,600.00 


791,183.55 




2,416.45 


114,072.01 


3,000.00 


2,489.62 




510.38 


12.58 


41,000.00 


28,902.47 




12,097.53 


21,442.45 


10,000.00 


9,488.79 




511.21 


790.00 


23,240.00 


23,139.19 
4,351,197.74 


$ 


100.81 
21,625.26 $ 


7,680.25 


$ 4,372,823.00 $ 


342,422.08 



Vienna Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Travel and Allowance, 
Paroled and Discharged 
Prisoners 



14,999.00 



1.00 $ 



Vienna Correctional Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Repairs to Water Tower, 



15,000.00 



00 



15,000.00 



Vienna Correctional Center 

Correctional Manpower Services Project Fund 

Operations 



Expenses- Vienna . 



Non-approp. 



243.61 



00 



Vienna Correctional Center 

Correctional School District Education Fund 

Operations 



Expense*. 



Non-approp. 



56,142.77 



.00 $ 



853.56 



Vienna Correctional Center 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



Personal S«r 
Prir ., tea 

• t 



tpprop. 



42,550.95 



,00 $ 



1,741.46 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Continued) 



157 



Work Release 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Student, Member or Inmate 
Compensation 

Student, Member or Inmate 
Compensation, Funded from 
Maintenance Funds 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Contractual Services, Funded 
From Maintenance Funds. . . 

Travel 

Commodities 

Commodities, Funded from 
Maintenance Funds 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Dart Program 

Dart Program, Funded from 
Maintenance Funds 

Total 



$ 1,078,120.00 $ 


1,070,969.93 $ 


7,150.07 $ 


88,897.31 


1,500.00 


882.50 


617.50 


.00 


20,300.00 


14,292.64 


6,007.36 


2,560.00 


66,442.00 


66,441.52 


.48 


4,803.29 


56,792.00 


56,791.59 


.41 


4,782.47 


149,800.00 


135,087.01 


14,712.99 


12,218.26 


110,700.00 


93,423.90 


17,276.10 


12,485.22 


33,400.00 


32,556.59 


843.41 


8,704.20 


118,900.00 


111,901.94 


6,998.06 


67,245.96 


126,600.00 


126,597.21 


2.79 


33.47 


1,500.00 


1,188.32 


311.68 


539.31 


48,000.00 


45,715.38 


2,284.62 


40,801.81 


40,800.00 


33,073.67 


7,726.33 


11,048.93 


49,500.00 


49,473.32 


26.68 


7,694.85 


334,600.00 


329,087.34 


5,512.66 


16,998.19 


49,800.00 


39,476.55 


10,323.45 


12,112.89 


$ 2,286,754.00 $ 


2,206,959.41 $ 


79,794.59 $ 


290,926.16 



Work Release 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



Expenses-Work Release- ILEC 
Grants 



Non-approp. 



295,502.56 



.00 $ 



43,360.68 



Regular Positions 

Student, Member or Inmate 
Compensation 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



Youth Development Centers 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



$ 1,248,820.00 $ 


1,248,539.60 $ 




280.40 $ 


42,153.53 


32,800.00 


32,198.15 




601.85 


4,657.23 


74,659.00 


73,928.53 




730.47 


2,724.29 


50,957.00 


50,956.76 




.24 


4,456.76 


77,000.00 


76,800.70 




199.30 


6,874.16 


6,700.00 


6,327.69 




372.31 


187.63 


185,800.00 


171,341.96 


14 


,458.04 


22,499.28 


900.00 


780.24 




119.76 


306.41 


21,100.00 


19,065.79 


2 


,034.21 


11,115.97 


11,100.00 


10,187.21 




912.79 


1,674.47 


20,325.00 


20,252.21 




72.79 


1,708.60 


$ 1,730,161.00 $ 


1,710,378.84 $ 


19 


,782.16 $ 


98,358.33 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CORRECTIONS (Concluded) 

Youth Development Centers (Concluded) 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Travel and Allowance, 
Paroled and Discharged 
Prisoners $ 5,200.00 $ 3,651.80 $ 1,548.20 $ 

Youth Development Centers 

Corrections Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 

Expenses Non-approp. $ 58,442.20 .00 $ 

Youth Development Centers 

Correctional Special Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 

Expenses Non-approp. $ 403,567.61 .00 $ 



,426.81 



46,790.44 



t******** 



FINANCE 
Summary By Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue $ 

Statistical Services 
Revolving 

Total Finance $ 



2,604,697.00 $ 
16,028,887.00 



2,534,732.50 $ 
14,774,131.14 



69,964.50 $ 298,415.55 
1,254,755.86 1,717,269.06 



18,633,584.00 $ 



17,308,863.64 



1,324,720.36 $ 2,015,684.61 



TABLE V (Continued) 
FINANCE (Continued) 



159 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Commissioning a Portrait of 
Paul Simon 

Total 



$ 


158,750.00 $ 


157,245.50 $ 


1 


,504.50 $ 


6,858.88 




9,920.00 


9,770.88 




149.12 


438.97 




8,450.00 


8,290.68 




159.32 


327.01 




4,800.00 


4,469.09 




330.91 


140.00 




6,600.00 


5,677.55 




922.45 


1,331.43 




1,600.00 


1,312.60 




287.40 


138.92 




1,100.00 


886.91 




213.09 


117.90 




1,800.00 


377.50 


1 


,422.50 


.00 




7,300.00 


7,025.64 




274.36 


3,497.00 




2,500.00 
202,820.00 $ 


2,500.00 
197,556.35 $ 


5 


.00 


2,500.00 


$ 


,263.65 $ 


15,350.11 



Accounting 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing 
Telecommunications Services 

Total 



$ 


723,100.00 $ 


715,554.95 


$ 


7,545.05 $ 


33,367.35 «WS 




45,234.00 


45,043.10 




190.90 


2,124.39 vX'v; 




24,300.00 


24,012.32 




287.68 


1,241.93 'v!v' 




11,450.00 


11,037.17 




412.83 


1,184.09 /'Xv* 




8,000.00 


7,929.43 




70.57 


1,499.50 #jj$j 




2,600.00 


2,503.00 




97.00 


846.32 •'■•X-:' 4 




700.00 


620.73 




79.27 


253.95 #*8 




2,400.00 


2,322.05 




77.95 


1,789.53 >;<:<•< 




105,000.00 


104,683.00 




317.00 


18,042.18 \'K<C 




4,600.00 
927,384.00 $ 


4,139.41 
917,845.16 


$ 


460.59 


985.39 ;<X:.>< 


$ 


9,538.84 $ 


61,334.63 ; ':- , : : ; ; : 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total $ 



Management Information 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



341,300.00 
21,843.00 

14,800.00 
151,600.00 

19,200.00 
4,600.00 
4,150.00 
2,700.00 
5,800.00 

400.00 



318,554.30 
20,099.31 

12,344.62 
138,608.23 

14,618.65 
2,834.17 
1,923.24 
2,172.70 
4,379.08 

.00 



566,393.00 $ 



515,534.30 



22,745.70 $ 


18,796.90 


1,743.69 


957.09 


2,455.38 


709.35 


12,991.77 


17,295.18 


4,581.35 


3,259.59 


1,765.83 


312.73 


2,226.76 


446.81 


527.30 


2,172.70 


1,420.92 


2,205.88 


400.00 


.00 


50,858.70 $ 


46,156.23 



160 



TABLE V (Continued) 
FINANCE (Concluded) 



Management Information (Concluded) 

Statistical Services Revolving Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 1,412,300.00 $ 1,374,600.07 

Contribution Retirement. . . 90,387.00 85,548.78 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 61,000.00 59,946.14 

Contractual Services 13,993,500.00 12,899,437.43 

Travel 38,700.00 28,166.27 

Commodities 96,200.00 94,979.68 

Printing 129,100.00 36,009.38 

Equipment 176,700.00 165,445.45 

Telecommunications Services 30,000.00 29,997.94 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 1,000.00 .00_ 

Total $ 16,028,887.00 $ 14,774,131.14 



37,699.93 $ 
4,838.22 

1,053.86 

1,094,062.57 

10,533.73 

1,220.32 

93,090.62 

11,254.55 

2.06 

1,000.00 



66,340.71 
3,946.51 

3,187.98 
1,621,033.54 
2,274.77 
1,273.89 
4,425.37 
7,446.18 
7,340.11 

.00 



1,254,755.86 $ 1,717,269.06 



Management Information, EDP Service for General Assembly 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Regular Positions $ 182,350.00 $ 182,329.22 $ 20.78 $ 

Contribution Retirement. . . 11,400.00 11,002.39 397.61 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 10,100.00 10,033.70 66.30 

Contractual Services 11,200.00 11,066.06 133.94 

Travel 3,950.00 3,520.59 429.41 

Commodities 5,000.00 4,869.67 130.33 

Printing 5,000.00 4,951.59 48.41 

Equipment 200.00 .00 200.00 

Electronic Data Processing 475,700.00 475,561.11 138.89 

Telecommunications Services 18,000.00 18,000.00 .00 
Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses of Legislative 
Information System for EDP 
Services to the General 

Assembly 100,000.00 99,835.50 164.50 _ 

Total $ 822,900.00 $ 821,169.83 $ 1,730.17 $ 



13,653.28 
471.94 

796.05 

1,092.38 

.00 

1,582.78 

.00 

.00 

43,187.77 

5,018.48 



99,835.50 



165,638.18 



Risk Mangement 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Operating Expenses. 



82,626.86 



2,573.14 $ 



********************** 






TABLE V (Continued) 
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS 



161 



Summary By Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue $ 1,332,737.00 $ 1,287,393.38 

State Pensions 253,480.00 240,195.05 

Total Operations 1,586,217.00 1,527,588.43 

Refunds: 
General Revenue 2,725.00 2,475.00 

Total Appropriated 

Funds $ 1,588,942.00 $ 1,530,063.43 

N0N- APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Unclaimed Property Trust 
Fund Non-approp. $ 85,013.67 

Total Financial 

Institutions $ 1,588,942.00 $ 1,615,077.10 



45,343.62 $ 76,798.91 
13,284.95 14,908.13 



58,628.57 



250.00 



.00 



91,707.04 



50.00 



58,878.57 $ 91,757.04 



.00 



58,878.57 $ 



91,757.04 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 

Refunds $ 



$ 


1,053,160.00 


$ 


1, 


024,918.71 $ 


28,241.29 $ 


48,175.12 




67,402.00 






65,240.38 


2,161.62 


2,973.59 




29,700.00 






29,627.15 


72.85 


1,574.84 




68,450.00 






68,360.06 


89.94 


14,445.14 




93,625.00 






83,307.28 


10,317.72 


8,034.29 




6,000.00 






3,915.03 


2,084.97 


183.60 




3,800.00 






3,614.00 


186.00 


1,377.89 




1,000.00 






.00 


1,000.00 


.00 




8,525.00 






7,800.00 


725.00 


.00 




1,075.00 






610.77 


464.23 


34.44 


$ 


1,332,737.00 


$ 


1, 


287,393.38 $ 


45,343.62 $ 


76,798.91 




General 


Off! 


ce 








General Revenue 


Fund 










Refunds 









2,725.00 $ 



2,475.00 



250.00 $ 



50.00 



162 



TABLE V (Continued) 
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS (Concluded) 



General Office 

State Pensions Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



$ 


177,200.00 $ 


172,038.50 $ 


5 


,161.50 $ 


7 


,539.97 




11,340.00 


10,911.08 




428.92 




482.56 




6,840.00 


6,050.00 




790.00 




281.79 




21,500.00 


21,435.96 




64.04 




435.96 




15,600.00 


15,131.15 




468.85 


1 


,378.94 




1,000.00 


377.93 




622.07 




117.94 




1,500.00 


1,134.24 




365.76 




496.43 




1,000.00 


165.00 




835.00 




.00 




9,500.00 


5,982.37 


3 


,517.63 




236.06 




7,000.00 


6,836.81 




163.19 


3 


,925.23 




1,000.00 


132.01 




867.99 




13.25 


$ 


253,480.00 $ 


240,195.05 $ 


13 


,284.95 $ 


14 


,908.13 



General Office 

Unclaimed Property Trust Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-approp. 



85,013.67 



.00 



.00 



********************** 



GENERAL SERVICES 
Summary By Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue $ 6,370,380.25 

Communications Revolving 25,897,212.00 
Office Supplies Revolving 1,382,636.57 
Paper L Printing Revolv- 
ing 1,271,444.00 

State Garage Revolving. . 11,064,994.00 

Total Appropriated 

Punds $ 45,986,666.82 

PR0PRIATD FUNDS: 
Operations: 

• i Dtlll- 
1 00 Non-Approp. 

tral S«rvlc«f ', 45,986.666.82 



6,223,159.27 

25,841,682.79 

1,344,342.38 

914,858.56 
9,868,740.96 



147,220.98 
55,529.21 
38,294.19 

356,585.44 
1,196,253.04 



527,774.74 
,495,294.31 
310,120.19 

169,201.50 
,393,012.37 



44,192,783.96 $ 1,793,882.86 $ 9,895,403.11 



', 


387.286.85 




.00 


$ 


69,461.43 


$ 


44,580,070.8] 


$ 


1,793,882.86 


$ 


9,964,864.54 






TABLE V (Continued) 
GENERAL SERVICES (Continued) 



163 



Administration 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Rentals to the Illinois 
Building Authority 

Commodities 

Printing 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Procuring the Creation and 
Erection of Two Memorial 
Statues of Everett McKin- 
ley Dirks en 

Total $ 



134,700.00 $ 
8,648.00 

4,331.00 
8,700.00 
9,800.00 

960,000.00 
3,200.00 
2,000.00 
5,500.00 

400.00 



125,000.00 



134,101.81 
8,542.51 

4,230.52 
8,698.33 
9,791.56 

959,945.00 
3,125.36 
1,993.81 
5,363.62 

368.33 



61,350.00 



598.19 $ 


4,438.50 


105.49 


284.06 


100.48 


221.82 


1.67 


1.34 


8.44 


10.10 


55.00 


.00 


74.64 


.00 


6.19 


59.89 


136.38 


.00 



31.67 



63,650.00 



368.33 



.00 



1,262,279.00 $ 1,197,510.85 



64,768.15 



5,384.04 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing 

Telecommunications Services 

Revision & Improvements of 
the EDP Services, Tele- 
communication & Garage 
Revolving Funds 



Accounting 








General 


Revenue Fund 








Ope 


rations 








416,631.00 $ 


414,458.98 $ 


2 


172.02 $ 


44,469.56 


26,533.12 


26,457.95 




75.17 


2,784.61 


17,872.00 


17,821.37 




50.63 


1,995.27 


19,500.00 


19,483.41 




16.59 


526.33 


3,000.00 


2,950.99 




49.01 


61.15 


6,650.00 


5,469.78 


1 


180.22 


641.51 


1,600.00 


1,051.12 




548.88 


147.71 


464,784.00 


463,333.49 


1 


,450.51 


58,895.54 


6,600.00 


6,360.05 




239.95 


1,258.49 



92,000.00 



92,000.00 



00 



00 



Total. 



$ 1,055,170.12 $ 



1,049,387.14 



5,782.98 



110,780.17 



164 



TABLE V (Continued) 
GENERAL SERVICES (Continued) 



Materials Procurement 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



$ 


622,000.00 $ 


608,269.00 


$ 


13 


,731.00 $ 


39,720.21 




38,756.00 


38,748.43 






7.57 


2,547.45 




24,273.00 


23,821.62 






451.38 


1,769.67 




54,900.00 


54,480.54 






419.46 


22,343.51 




4,400.00 


4,397.19 






2.81 


905.58 




6,100.00 


5,985.23 






114.77 


1,567.29 




36,000.00 


35,997.30 






2.70 


4,661.29 




3,000.00 


1,362.33 




1 


,637.67 


.00 




14,900.00 


14,634.76 






265.24 


3,481.66 




1,700.00 


1,374.96 






325.04 


570.27 


$ 


806,029.00 $ 


789,071.36 


$ 


16 


,957.64 $ 


77,566.93 



Materials Procurement 

Office Supplies Revolving Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 



$ 


103,775.57 $ 


103,775.57 $ 


.00 $ 


4 


,991.38 




6,669.00 


6,636.62 


32.38 




319.30 




3,992.00 


3,771.99 


220.01 




.186.58 




30,300.00 


23,352.43 


6,947.57 




238.39 




500.00 


.00 


500.00 




.00 




921,500.00 


913,416.84 


8,083.16 


12 


,453.02 




307,500.00 


290,776.13 


16,723.87 


290 


,776.13 




3,000.00 


745.00 


2,255.00 




674.10 




500.00 


.00 


500.00 




.00 




3,000.00 


1,715.91 


1,284.09 




474.57 




1,900.00 


151.89 


1,748.11 




6.72 


$ 


1,382,636.57 $ 


1,344,342.38 $ 


38,294.19 $ 


310 


120.19 



Regular Positions $ 

Personal Services 

Contribution Retirement... 

Retirement 

butlon Social Secu- 
rity 

U tual Services 

Contractual Services 

Commodities 

Commodities 

Warehouse Stock 



Office Services 

Paper & Printing Revolving Fund 

Operations 



227,300.00 $ 
24,050.00 
14,514.00 
1,700.00 

11,680.00 

39,200.00 

0,800.00 

19,600. Of) 

4 ,400. 00 

'M0, 000. 00 



227,218.19 

24,021.50 

14,093.93 

1,480.42 

11,527.01 
39,009.63 

4,627.47 
19,476.23 

3,249.77 
563,506.62 



81.81 $ 


1,373.95 


28.50 


11,389.60 


420.07 


86.40 


219.58 


716.45 


152.99 


605.99 


190.37 


1,334.40 


1,172.53 


4,627.47 


123.77 


2,779.12 


1,150.23 


3,249.77 


6,493.38 


140,415.71 



TABLE V (Continued) 
GENERAL SERVICES (Continued) 



165 



Office Services (Continued) 

Paper & Printing Revolving Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 



Total, 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total 





10,200.00 
3,000.00 


$ 


3,794.55 
2,853.24 

914,858.56 


$ 


6 
356 


,405.45 
146.76 

,585.44 


$ 


1,644.20 
978.44 


$ 


1,271,444.00 


169,201.50 




Property Control 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 












$ 


195,165.00 
12,531.00 

9,140.00 

2,600.00 

33,500.00 

500.00 

500.00 

1,000.00 


$ 


195,054.42 

12,442.34 

9,058.27 

2,542.15 

33,466.58 

298.49 

471.83 

563.38 


$ 




110.58 
88.66 

81.73 
57.85 
33.42 

201.51 
28.17 

436.62 


$ 


3,446.62 
220.58 

188.42 

.00 

5,256.43 

.00 

380.32 
.00 




4,600.00 
259,536.00 


$ 


4,591.73 
258,489.19 






8.27 


$ 


3,335.75 


$ 


$ 


1 


046.81 


12,828.12 



Property Control 
Surplus Property Utilitzation Fund 
Operations 



Expenses Property Control 



Non-approp. 



387,286.85 



00 



69,461.43 



Regular Positions 

Personal Services-Mt. Vernon 
Tuberculosis Sanitarium. . 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Retirement-Mt. 
Vernon Tuberculosis Sani- 
tarium 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity-Mt. Vernon Tuberculo- 
sis Sanitarium 

Contractual Services 

Contractual Services-Mt. 
Vernon Tuberculosis Sani- 
tarium 



Real Estate Mangement 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



942,814.13 $ 


942,814.13 


$ 


.00 $ 


18,957.50 


78,900.00 


76,083.00 




2,817.00 


9,454.06 


59,022.00 


58,951.32 




70.68 


1,173.93 


4,900.00 


4,826.95 




73.05 


593.88 


37,797.00 


37,736.57 




60.43 


854.78 


2,400.00 


2,374.70 




25.30 


336.25 


256,100.00 


1,253,831.62 




2,268.38 


178,477.41 


33,100.00 


33,036.23 




63.77 


15,596.35 



166 



TABLE V (Continued) 
GENERAL SERVICES (Continued) 

Real Estate Management (Continued) 
General Revenue Fund 
Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Travel 

Commodities 

Commodities-Mt. Vernon Tu- 
berculosis Sanitarium. . . . 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Telecommunications-Mt. Ver- 
non Tuberculosis Sanitar- 
ium 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment Mt. Vernon-Tuberculo- 
sis Sanitarium 

Moving and Remodeling State 
Agencies 

Maintenance of the Peoria 
State Hospital Complex. . . 

Total $ 



8,000.00 


7,980.50 


19.50 


36.37 


90,400.00 


81,267.44 


9,132.56 


10,718.28 


17,300.00 


14,582.30 


2,717.70 


3,829.85 


550.00 


376.64 


173.36 


23.75 


14,000.00 


8,256.42 


5,743.58 


124.95 


13,000.00 


12,938.38 


61.62 


4,467.05 



500.00 

500.00 

100,000.00 

59,000.00 



124.42 

442.42 
97,876.77 
57,352.86 



375.58 

57.58 
2,123.23 
1,647.14 



.00 

370.47 
49,961.79 
11,390.05 



2,718,283.13 $ 



2,690,852.67 



27,430.46 



306,366.72 



Telecommunications 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Total 



Regular Posi t ion- 

Contribution Retirement... 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

r actual Services 

Printing 

Telecomnunications Services 

Total 



$ 


224,100.00 
12,373.00 

7,610.00 
7,000.00 
9,000.00 
2,000.00 
1,000.00 
2,000.00 
4,000.00 


$ 




194,387.43 
12,315.97 

7,510.29 
6,949.19 
8,975.25 
1,994.12 
988.14 
847.58 
3,880.09 


$ 


29,712.57 
57.03 

99.71 

50.81 

24.75 

5.88 

11.86 

1,152.42 

119.91 


$ 


9,554.50 
. 611.49 

450.23 

1,487.67 

1,792.37 

635.55 

108.48 

138.96 

69.51 


$ 


269,083.00 


$ 




237,848.06 


$ 


31,234.94 


$ 


14,848.76 




Telecommunications 

Communications Revolving Fund 

Operations 










$ 


279,000.00 
17,936.00 


$ 




243,180.64 
15,362.89 


$ 


35,819.36 
2,573.11 


$ 


12,233.66 
776.64 




10,076.00 
1.38,000.00 

14,000.00 
25,433,200.00 




25 


9,913.10 

137,774.14 

3,693.06 

,431,758.96 




5,162.90 

225.86 

10,306.94 

1,441.04 




510.29 

74,341.06 

3,693.06 

7,403,739.60 



25,897,212.00 $ 25,841,682.79 



55,529.21 $ 7,495,294.31 



TABLE V (Continued) 
GENERAL SERVICES (Concluded) 



167 



Vehicle Management 

State Garage Revolving Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 2,976,145.00 $ 

Contribution Retirement... 190,415.00 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 139,834.00 

Contractual Services 360,000.00 

Travel 14,500. 00 

Commodities 95,200.00 

Printing .... 26,500.00 

Equipment 420 , 000. 00 

Telecommunications Services 28,900.00 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 6,813,500.00 _ 

Total $ 11,064,994.00 $ 



2,974,379.95 
185,722.12 

105,254.91 
315,163.05 
13,827.91 
92,270.66 
23,389.07 
313,821.96 
15,168.41 

5,829,742.92 



1,765.05 
4,692.88 

34,579.09 

44,836.95 

672.09 

2,929.34 

3,110.93 

106,178.04 

13,731.59 

983,757.08 



131,060.09 
8,233.12 

4,755.20 
75,518.86 

1,810.68 

32,110.27 

11,169.06 

220,901.88 

4,047.28 

903,405.93 



9,868,740.96 $ 1,196,253.04 $ 1,393,012.37 



********************** 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue.. 



INSURANCE 
Summary By Category and Fund 

4,134,009.00 $ 4,036,013.24 



97,995.76 



282,012.07 



Administrative Division 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 531,113.00 

Contribution Retirement... 33,991.00 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 23,264.00 

Contractual Services 320,340.00 

Travel 18 , 000. 00 

Commodities 7,000.00 

Printing 2, 500. 00 

Equipment 5,000.00 

Telecommunications Services 60,000.00 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 3,000.00 

Total $ 1,004,208.00 



$ 


523,608.70 


$ 


7,504.30 $ 


23,428.97 




32,948.94 




1,042.06 


1,481.72 




20,949.73 




2,314.27 


1,044.63 




305,975.41 




14,364.59 


33,144.72 




17,936.61 




63.39 


177.51 




6,942.82 




57.18 


674.12 




2,350.54 




149.46 


260.23 




4,848.08 




151.92 


4,081.28 




53,957.61 




6,042.39 


16,462.67 




2,363.18 




636.82 


626.34 


$ 


971,881.62 


$ 


32,326.38 $ 


81,382.19 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Total 



Market and Consumer Divison 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



$ 


1,273,180.00 


$ 


1 


252,303.00 


$ 


20,877.00 


$ 


57,666.07 




81,483.00 






79,523.38 




1,959.62 




3,685.32 




54,464.00 






53,499.18 




964.82 




2,632.72 




97,500.00 






97,477.72 




22.28 




2,805.08 




13,500.00 






13,162.61 




337.39 




1,665.80 




24,000.00 






21,796.92 




2,203.08 




4,960.93 




5,710.00 






5,127.61 




582.39 




5,127.61 


$ 


1,549,837.00 


$ 


1 


522,890.42 


$ 


26,946.58 


$ 


78,543.53 



168 



TABLE V (Continued) 
INSURANCE (Concluded) 



Electronic Data Processing Division 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement. . . 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Commodities 

Printing 

Total $ 



86,460.00 $ 
5,533.00 

4,500.00 

126,740.00 

2,000.00 

2,000.00 



227,233.00 



82,348.90 $ 
5,250.90 

4,239.68 

119,771.41 

1,709.50 

1,742.43 



4,111.10 
282.10 

260.32 

6,968.59 

290.50 

257.57 



3,942.04 
238.71 

227.95 

20,525.69 

564.46 

537.00 



215,062.82 



12,170.18 



26,035.85 



Financial and Regulatory Divison 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement... 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Total $ 



1,079,359.00 $ 
69,078.00 

46,844.00 

126,500.00 

5,500.00 

20,500.00 

4,950.00 



1,352,731.00 



1,062,681.98 
67,767.36 

42,659.38 
123,914.65 

5,413.33 
19,026.40 

4,715.28 



1,326,178.38 



16,677.02 $ 
1,310.64 

4,184.62 

2,585.35 

86.67 

1,473.60 

234.72 



46,471.99 
2,970.02 

2,050.06 

22,356.86 

337.27 

17,149.02 

4,715.28 



26,552.62 



96,050.50 



********************** 






TABLE V (Continued) 
LABOR 

Summary By Category and Fund 



169 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue $ 12,383,956.00 

Federal Occupational 

Safety & Health 1,712,632.00 

Title III Social Security 

and Employment Service 67,786,800.00 
Unemployment Compensation 
Special Administration 250,000.00 

Total Operations 82,133,388.00 

Refunds: 
General Revenue 500.00 

Total Appropriated 

Funds $ 82,133,888.00 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
EEA Welfare Demonstra- 
tion Project Non-approp . 

Federal Target Industry 

Inspection Non-approp. 

Total Non-Appropriated 

Funds 

Total Labor $ 82, 133,888.00 



10,299,370.31 
1,333,581.76 

65,831,168.48 
1,444,379.31 * 

78,908,499.86 

350.00 

78,908,849.86 



$ 2,084,585.69 
379,050.24 

1,955,631.52 
.00 

4,419,267.45 

150.00 



1,917,776.79 
21,966.10 

5,246,641.75 
65,258.00 

7,251,642.64 

.00 



$ 4,419,417.45 $ 7,251,642.64 



$ 


56,142.85 
42,766.11 










.00 
.00 




-.00 
.00 


$ 


98,908.96 










.00 




.00 


$ 


79,007,758.82 


$ 


4 


419 


417 


.45 


$ 


7,251,642.64 



* Includes expenditures in excess of appropriations of $1,194,379.31. 



170 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LABOR (Continued) 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 

Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
men t 

Total 



$ 


354,200.00 $ 


349,590.85 


$ 


4,609.15 $ 


18,109.50 




22,588.00 


22,325.38 




262.62 


1,159.01 




14,650.00 


13,990.55 




659.45 


806.13 




111,300.00 


71,476.43 




39,823.57 


17,931.32 




31,200.00 


30,998.78 




201.22 


3,812.40 




5,700.i~0 


5,182.71 




517.29 


761.77 




4,000.00 


3,742.73 




257.27 


966.21 




12,900.00 


12,480.53 




419.47 


3,958.20 




19,300.00 


15,586.86 




3,713.14 


6,903.38 




3,700.00 


2,013.17 




1,686.83 


65.58 


$ 


579,538.00 $ 


527,387.99 


$ 


52,150.01 $ 


54,473.50 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Refunds 



Refunds. 



500.00 $ 



350.00 



150.00 



Unemployment Compensation 



Bureau of Employment Security 

EEA Welfare Demonstration Project Fund 

Operations 



Non-approp. 



56,142.85 



.00 



Bureau of Employment Security 

Title III Social Security and Employment Service Fund 

Operations 



Administration of Unem- 
ployment Compensation 
Act, Employment Service 
and Employment Security 
Programs 



$ 67,786,800.00 $ 65,831,168.48 $ 1,955,631.52 $ 5,246,641.75 



Bureau of Employment Security 

Unemployment Compensation Special Administration Fund 

Operations 



Purposes Pursuant to 
Section 2101 of the Un- 
employment Compensation 




250,000.00 $ 



1,444,379.31 $ 1,194,379.31* 



65,258.00 



Itures in excess of appropriations. 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LABOR (Continued) 

Bureau of Employment Security, Welfare Rehabilitation Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps< 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Total 



$ 


2,294,000.00 


$ 


1,927,799.52 


$ 


366,200.48 


$ 


63,815.17 




146,816.00 




123,141.26 




23,674.74 




3,991.85 




107,800.00 




63,797.04 




44,002.96 




2,181.40 




781,000.00 




647,140.49 




133,859.51 




54,440.51 




9,100.00 




6,911.87 




2,188.13 




792.91 




14,000.00 




5,294.47 




8,705.53 




1,604.99 




2,000.00 




1,756.07 




243.93 




367.40 




20,000.00 




1,334.00 




18,666.00 




1,334.00 




63,700.00 




49,767.46 




13,932.54 




12,117.67 


$ 


3,438,416.00 


$ 


2,826,942.18 


$ 


611,473.82 


$ 


140,645.90 



lureau of Employment Security, Work Incentive Program Unit 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Work Incentive Program. . . 



$ 1,862,500.00 



773,214.25 $ 1,089,285.75 



192,403.80 



Bureau of Employment Security, Trust Fund Unit 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Unemployment Compensation 
Benefits to Former State 
Employees 



$ 4,032,300.00 



4,032,300.00 



$ 1,344,427.26 



Industrial Hygiene 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement. . . 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Total $ 



144,100.00 $ 


97,411.75 


$ 


46,688.25 $ 


11 


,468.98 


9,222.00 


6,035.66 




3,186.34 




567.15 


8,100.00 


4,772.99 




3,327.01 




501.49 


8,800.00 


6,859.57 




1,940.43 




.00 


18,400.00 


8,056.03 




10,343.97 




784.21 


3,700.00 


3,330.35 




369.65 




6.44 


800.00 


598.01 




201.99 




.00 


14,300.00 


11,135.25 




3,164.75 




.00 


2,200.00 


1,447.42 




752.58 




909.28 


209,622.00 $ 


139,647.03 


$ 


69,974.97 $ 


14 


,237.55 



172 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LABOR (Continued) 



Industrial Hygiene 

Federal Occupational Safety & Health Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 
Indirect Cost Reimbursement 

Total 



$ 


144,100.00 $ 


94,495.38 


$ 


49,604.62 $ 




672.50 




9,222.00 


6,056.62 




3,165.38 




43.04 




8,100.00 


4,494.96 




3,605.04 




34.04 




9,200.00 


7,715.04 




1,484.96 




762.45 




16,900.00 


11,268.17 




5,631.83 




508.56 




4,800.00 


3,097.14 




1,702.86 




428.86 




700. 04 


602.79 




97.21 




.00 




14,400.00 


13,565.39 




834.61 




.00 




2,200.00 


2,039.04 




160.96 


1 


685.71 




40,000.00 


21,890.87 




18,109.13 


10 


,619.50 


$ 


249,622.00 $ 


165,225.40 


$ 


84,396.60 $ 


14 


,754.66 



Labor Standards 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement... 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Total 



$ 


397,200.00 $ 


389,789.51 


$ 


7,410.49 $ 


16,843.50 




25,421.00 


24,896.66 




524.34 


1,077.98 




19,900.00 


17,857.25 




2,042.75 


813.04 




5,200.00 


5,062.59 




137.41 


150.73 




40,200.00 


38,875.84 




1,324.16 


3,706.03 




2,000.00 


1,702.46 




297.54 


.00 




6,100. 0C 


5,864.23 




235.77 


.00 




700.00 


699.10 




.90 


.00 




9,800.00 


8,093.31 




1,706.69 


4,700.85 


$ 


506,521.00 $ 


492,840.95 


$ 


13,680.05 $ 


27,292.13 



Private Employment Agencies Inspection 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 





$ 


147,300.00 $ 


135,711.19 


$ 


11,588.81 


$ 


7,509.00 




9,427.00 


8,664.00 




763.00 




480.58 




8,300.00 


7,936.60 




363.40 




436.62 




4,300.00 


4,045.69 




254.31 




1,356.59 




14,600.00 


6,545.94 




8,054.06 




623.44 




1,200.00 


1,109.25 




90.75 




77.10 




4,000.00 


794.86 




3,205.14 




89.75 




900.00 


340.51 




559.49 




.00 




5,500.00 


3,839.42 




1,660.58 




2,195.01 


$ 


195,527.00 $ 


168,987.46 


$ 


26,539.54 


$ 


12,768.09 






TABLE V (Continued) 
LABOR (Continued) 



173 



Safety Inspection and Education 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Total 



$ 


1,031,400.00 $ 


915,311.65 


$ 


116,088.35 


$ 


96,200.17 




66,010.00 


56,999.08 




9,010.92 




3,666.42 




57,900.00 


46,253.31 




11,646.69 




3,603.88 




49,500.00 


42,549.38 




6,950.62 




4,121.66 




125,550.00 


92,725.57 




32,824.43 




7,601.72 




23,800.00 


21,719.33 




2,080.67 




929.86 




29,700.00 


11,445.52 




18,254.48 




.00 




17,500.00 


5,359.92 




12,140.08 




.00 




6,000.00 


5,808.47 




191.53 




108.81 


$ 


1,407,360.00 $ 


1,198,172.23 


$ 


209,187.77 


$ 


116,232.52 



Safety Inspection and Education 

Federal Occupational Safety & Health Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 1,031,400.00 

Contribution Retirement... 66,010.00 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 57,900.00 

Contractual Services 53,500.00 

Travel 144,700.00 

Commodities 23,800.00 

Printing 29,700.00 

Equipment 17,500.00 

Telecommunications Services 13,500. 00 

Total $ 1,438,010.00 ! 



$ 


885,432.66 


$ 


145,967.34 $ 


-12,250.91 




56,259.88 




9,750.12 


461.66 




44,983.22 




12,916.78 


369.61 




49,690.96 




3,809.04 


4,258.28 




67,120.76 




77,579.24 


8,537.44 




16,706.27 




7,093.73 


541.20 




11,806.38 




17,893.62 


.00 




6,061.73 




11,438.27 


.00 




10,985.41 




2,514.59 


4,993.04 


$ 


1,149,047.27 


$ 


288,962.73 $ 


6,910.32 



Expenses. 



Safety Inspection and Education 

Federal Target Industry Inspection Fund 

Operations 



Non-approp. 



42,766.11 



.00 



.00 



Statistics, Programs and Publications 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement. . . 
Contribution Social Secu- 
rity 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 
Safety and Health Statistics 

Total 



$ 


87,000.00 $ 


86,253.63 


$ 


746.37 $ 


5,494.13 




5,572.00 


5,490.09 




81.91 


350.37 




3,600.00 


3,518.01 




81.99 


268.21 




11,900.00 


9,589.64 




2,310.36 


4,354.61 




3,000.00 


2,443.14 




556.86 


1,187.20 




1,400.00 


1,240.97 




159.03 


153.90 




12,000.00 


8,379.68 




3,620.32 


710.69 




700.00 


410.73 




289.27 


410.73 




2,000.00 


1,898.21 




101.79 


1,032.56 




25,000.00 


20,654.12 




4,345.88 


1,333.64 


$ 


152,172.00 $ 


139,878.22 


$ 


12,293.78 $ 


15,296.04 



174 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LABOR (Concluded) 



Statistics, Programs and Publications 

Federal Occupational Safety & Health Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Safety and Health Statis- 
tics 



25,000.00 $ 19,309.09 $ 



5,690.91 $ 



301.12 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 

Road Fund 

Agricultural Premium Fund... 
Fire Prevention Fund.... 

Total , Operations 

Permanent Improvements: 
Road Fund 

Refunds: 
General Revenue Fund. . . . 
Road Fund 

Total , Refunds 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Fire Prevention Division 

Fund 

Law Enforcement Assistance 

Trust Fund 

State Police Highway Safety 
Fund _ 

Total, Non-Appropriated Funds. 

, Law Fnf orcement $ 

ir Positions $ 

tnt 

rlbutlon Social Security.. 

'.'<■• 





Print Lag 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... _ 

i 



********************** 

LAW ENFORCEMENT 

Summary By Category and Fund 



8,725,620.00 $ 
43,765,366.00 
456,466.00 
1,459,683.00 



8,562,978.00 

42,801,642.64 

428,857.31 

1,353,956.95 



162,642.00 $ 631,727.86 

963,723.36 3,910,238.45 

27,608.69 35,994.56 

105,726.05 128,683.09 



54,407,135.00 


53 


147,434.90 


1,259,700.10 


4,706 


643.96 


30,000.00 




22,071.75 


7,928.25 




168.00 


1,000.00 




786.00 


214.00 




2.00 


5,000.00 




1,668.64 


3,331.36 




16.72 


6,000.00 




2,454.64 


3,545.36 




18.72 



54,443,135.00 $ 53,171,961.29 



Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 



$ 64,713.79 

1,116,147.58 

30.30 

$ 1,180,891.67 



1,271,173.71 $ 4,706,830.68 

.00 3,581.87 

.00 512,513.43 

.00 .00 



.00 $ 



516,095.30 



54,443,135.00 $ 54,352,852.96 

Management 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



1,271,173.71 $ 5,222,925.98 



410,600.00 
26,248.00 
18,100.00 
48,200.00 

8,700.00 

7,000.00 

10, I Or). 00 

1,800.00 
19.600.00 



410,458.81 

26,224.51 

13,457.77 

46,643.15 

8,657.36 

5,385.21 

7,127.87 

775.41 

18,442.52 



550, 148.00 ', 



537,172.61 



141.19 $ 


19,882.33 


23.49 


1,272.47 


4,642.23 


673.24 


1,556.85 


5,104.24 


42.64 


1,128.98 


1,614.79 


1,430.06 


2,972.13 


103.95 


1,024.59 


.00 


1,157.48 


7,009.96 


13,175.39 $ 


36,605.23 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LAW ENFORCEMENT (Continued) 



175 



Management 

Law Enforcement Assistance Trust Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Expenses. 



Non-Approp. 



215,982.00 



.00 $ 215,982.00 



Boiler Inspection 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. . 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Total 



$ 


219,100.00 $ 


214,191.99 


$ 


4 


,908.01 


$ 


9,730.50 




14,058.00 


13,708.28 






349.72 




622.75 




11,500.00 


11,378.89 






121.11 




534.56 




8,500.00 


8,016.40 






483.60 




507.70 




36,000.00 


35,141.09 






858.91 




3,147.80 




2,500.00 


2,476.15 






23.85 




477.37 




3,455.00 


2,965.91 






489.09 




1,093.76 




1,000.00 


83.88 






916.12 




.00 




5,245.00 


3,490.69 




1 


,754.31 




947.28 


$ 


301,358.00 $ 


291,453.28 


$ 


9 


,904.72 


$ 


17,061.72 



Boiler Inspection 

General Revenue Fund 

Refunds 



Refunds $ 



200.00 $ 



19.00 



181.00 $ 



7.00 



Data Processing 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Electronic Data Processing. 



3,024,426.16 $ 2,988,143.54 



36,282.62 $ 



415,859.08 



Refund of Federal Grant, 



Data Processing 
Law Enforcement Assistance Trust 
Operations 



Non-Approp, 



69.31 



.00 $ 



69.31 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Rentals to Illinois Building 

Authority 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services. . . 
Operation Automotive Equipment 
Arson Seminar and Education 

Program 



Fire Prevention, Springfield 

Fire Prevention Fund 

Operations 



801,400.00 $ 
51,250.00 
45,700.00 
33,700.00 

151,000.00 

8,900.00 
7,000.00 
9,500.00 
2,000.00 
25,000.00 
11,200.00 

10,000.00 



758,422.95 $ 

48,286.84 

28,070.44 

32,198.13 
135,361.45 

8,890.00 
5,915.16 
7,384.15 
1,737.95 
24,894.52 
7,057.50 

9,799.04 



42,977.05 $ 


35,259.81 


2,963.16 


2,235.17 


17,629.56 


1,413.90 


1,501.87 


8,770.44 


15,638.55 


15,704.13 


10.00 


.00 


1,084.84 


2,143.94 


2,115.85 


1,886.50 


262.05 


1,140.00 


105.48 


8,937.35 


4,142.50 


1,660.43 



200.96 



3,191.50 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LAW ENFORCEMENT (Continued) 

Fire Prevention, Springfield 

Fire Prevention Fund (Concluded) 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Fire College and Regional 
Fire School 



Total. 



Expenses 

Personal Services and Fringe 
Benefit Expenses of the CETA 
Trainees Program 

Total 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Travel 

Commodities 

Total « 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security 

Travel _ 

Commodities 

Total 5 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

ractual Services 

Travel ' ' ' 

Rentals to Illinois Building" 

Authority 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
P* r; '' I bn Bqulpamt 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



205,000.00 



1,361,650.00 $ 



203.943.06 
1,271,961.19 $ 



Fire Prevention, Springfield 

Fire Prevention Division Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp, 



Non-Approp. 



57,865.99 



6,847.80 



$ 64,713.79 

Fire Prevention, Chicago 

Fire Prevention Fund 

Operations 



62,400.00 
3,994.00 
3,500.00 
1,800.00 
1,300.00 



54,094.00 $ 
3,461.96 
1,874.45 
1,567.75 
1,052.95 



72,994.00 $ 



62,051.11 



Fire Prevention, Marion 

Fire Prevention Fund 

Operations 



18,740.00 $ 
1,199.00 
1,100.00 
3,000.00 
1,000.00 



15,538.63 

994.52 

324.50 

2,837.06 

249.94 



25,039.00 $ 



19,944.65 



Bureau of Identification 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



1,992,600.00 

125,638.00 

100,640.00 

270,685.00 

34,517.00 

34,800.00 
6 7,172.00 
35,702.00 
82,599.00 

28,517.00 
15,208.00 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



1,056.94 



89,688.81 $ 



.00 $ 



8,306.00 
532.04 

1,625.55 
232.25 

247.05 



10,942.89 $ 



3,201.37 
204.48 
775.50 
162.94 
750.06 



5,094.35 $ 



41,491.27 



123,834.44 



2,422.10 



1,159.77 



3,581.87 



3,168.00 

202.75 

116.38 

145.35 

.00 



3,632.48 



1,108.00 

70.91 

20.06 

.00 

17.20 



1,216.17 



1,992,546.49 $ 


53.51 $ 


127,272.70 


125,609.17 


28.83 


7,523.62 


100,497.93 


142.07 


6,619.24 


267,780.59 


2,904.41 


8,520.93 


34,517.00 


.00 


5,955.13 


34,710.00 


90.00 


.00 


63,173.42 


3,998.58 


17,368.31 


32,812.49 


2,889.51 


9,492.77 


81,197.93 


1,401.07 


32,238.58 


26,309.48 


2,207.52 


7,395.37 


13,999.68 


1,208.32 


2,425.05 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LAW ENFORCEMENT (Continued) 

Bureau of Identification 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations (Concluded) 



177 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Juvenile Officers Informa- 
tion File 

Computerizing Backlog on 
Criminal History System _ 

Total $ 



105,600.00 
311,800.00 



3,205,478.00 $ 



99,116.47 
219,824.43 
3,092,095.08 $ 



Bureau of Identification 

General Revenue Fund 

Refunds 



6,483.53 9,300.59 
91,975.57 12,492.04 



113,382.92 $ 246,604.33 



Refunds, 



800.00 $ 



767.00 



Bureau of Identification 

Law Enforcement Assistance Trust Fund 

Operations 



Expenses . 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 
Expenses, Apprehension of 

Fugitives 

Expenses for the Apprehension 

of Fugitives 

$100 a Month Salary Increase, 

Effective 9/1/74, to all 

State Policemen 

Total $ 



Non-Approp. 



158,071.38 



Illinois State Police 

Road Fund 

Operations 

29,791,100.00 $ 29,290,126.76 



906,628.00 
210,900.00 
964,100.00 
174,400.00 
462,700.00 
74,700.00 
037,700.00 
576,700.00 
582,200.00 



1,870,086.54 
200,942.11 
926,037.77 
153,296.11 
402,795.76 
47,508.94 

2,030,163.36 
551,344.62 

3,390,954.22 



125,000.00 124,994.08 
35,000.00 34,998.55 

720,000.00 714,655.03 _ 

40,661,128.00 $ 39,737.903.85 $ 



33.00 $ 



,00 $ 



500,973.24 
36,541.46 
9,957.89 
38,062.23 
21,103.89 
59,904.24 
27,191.06 
7,536.64 
25,355.38 

191,245.78 

5.92 



5,344.97 



$ 1 



-5.00 



18,088.05 



,340, ^10. 01 

85,622.26 

11,620.53 

160,446.64 

16,631.66 

192,747.67 

3,405.41 

572,705.21 

293,307.85 

778,156.72 

41.80 

34,998.55 



.00 



923,224.15 $ 3,490,394.31 



Land Acquisition for Radio 
Communication Sites $ 



Illinois State Police 

Road Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



30,000.00 $ 



22,071.75 



7,928.25 $ 



168.00 



178 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LAW ENFORCEMENT (Continued) 



Illinois State Police 

Road Fund 

Refunds 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Refunds. 



5,000.00 $ 



1,668.64 



3,331.36 $ 



16.72 



Illinois State Police 

Law Enforcement Assistance Trust Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-Approp. 



73,640.03 



.00 



.00 



Illinois State Police 

State Police Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 



Improvement of Personnel 
Qualifications 



Non-Approp. 



30.30 



.00 



Investigation 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 



Total. 



$ 


2 


,978,096.00 


$ 


2,978,095.61 


$ 


.39 $ 


94,348.68 






189,961.00 




189,179.36 




781.64 


5,940.18 






139,179.00 




132,582.50 




6,596.50 


4,674.05 






617,500.00 




611,662.75 




5,837.25 


72,489.78 






107,000.00 




102,136.31 




4,863.69 


14,064.16 






48,500.00 




47,893.42 




606.58 


6,393.24 






13,000.00 




12,803.49 




196.51 


501.91 






201,500.00 




198,150.69 




3,349.31 


47,971.64 






114,000.00 




113,437.81 




562.19 


36,498.97 






259,700.00 




256,315.09 




3,384.91 


48,573.97 


$ 


4 


,668,436.00 


$ 


4,642,257.03 


$ 


26,178.97 $ 


331,456.58 






Investigation 










Law 


Enforcement 


Assistance Trust Fund 










Op 


orations 









Expenses. 



Non-Approp. 



668,384.86 



00 $ 



278,374.07 



Race Track Investigative Service 

Agricultural Premium Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Teleconanunirat lon« Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 





$ 


303,000.00 $ 


299,816.31 $ 


3,183.69 $ 


16,940.98 




19,466.00 


19,146.50 


319.50 


1,058.85 




17,400.00 


13,653.02 


3,746.98 


847.46 




47,900.00 


45,424.44 


2,475.56 


3,426.61 




1 , 100 . 00 


11,154.74 


4,145.26 


2,924.13 




6,300.00 


5,628.46 


671.54 


2,327.23 




2,000.00 


239.00 


1,761.00 


48.00 




2,700.00 


2,088.58 


611.42 


1,911.58 




18,600.00 


8,880.32 


9,719.68 


865.96 




23,800.00 


22,825.94 


974.06 


5,643.76 


$ 


456,466.00 $ 


428,857.31 $ 


27,608.69 $ 


35,994.56 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LAW ENFORCEMENT (Concluded) 



179 



State Police Merit Board 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 

Total 



$ 


49,405.00 


$ 


48,268.00 


$ 


1,137.00 


$ 


2,382.00 




3,165.96 




3,089.18 




76.78 




152.45 




1,140.88 




1,048.77 




92.11 




57.38 




16,900.00 




16,718.50 




181.50 




873.25 




5,000.00 




4,146.76 




853.24 




308.08 




600.00 




599.19 




.81 




15.99 




1,100.00 




501.24 




598.76 




.00 




500.00 




.00 




500.00 




.00 




2,000.00 




1,223.61 




776.39 




195.91 


$ 


79,811.84 


$ 


75,595.25 


$ 


4,216.59 


$ 


3,985.06 



LOCAL GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 

Summary by Category and Fund 

APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 2,295,562.00 $ 2,097,126.18 $ 

Urban Planning Assistance 
Fund 902,627.00 757,379.74 _ 

Total, Operations 3,198,189.00 2,854,505.92 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue Fund 2,955,100.00 2,672,509.37 

Local Government Distrib- 
utive Fund 114,000,000.00 113,999,993.07 

Urban Planning Assistance 
Fund 1,380,743.00 1,070,544.82 

Total, Awards and Grants.. 118,335,843.00 117,743,047.26 _ 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 121,534,032.00 $ 120,597,553.18 $ 

NON- APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
L G A Title VIII Training 

Fund Non-Approp. $ 33,333.53 

Local Gov. Affairs Trust Non-Approp. 322,493.55 

The Housing Fund Non-Approp . 649,336.73 _ 

Total, Non-Appropriated Funds. $ 1,005,163.81 

Total, Local Government 
Affairs $ 121,534,032.00 $ 121,602,716.99 $ 

Administration 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Regular Positions $ 259,600.00 $ 242,939.78 $ 

Contribution Retirement 16,628.00 15,425.09 



198,435.82 $ 188,311.88 
145,247.26 51,312.93 



343,683.08 



592,795.74 



936,478.82 $ 



.00 $ 



239,624.81 



282,590.63 332,939.03 

6.93 .00 

310,198.18 199,245.26 



532,184.29 



771,809.10 



.00 $ 3,923.96 
00 43,103.34 
,00 146,520.97 



193,548.27 



936,478.82 $ 965,357.37 



16,660.22 $ 12,956.61 
1,202.91 829.22 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS (Continued) 

Administration 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing. . . . 
Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 





11,900.00 


6,675.34 


5,224.66 


446.02 




89,550.00 


89,085.01 


464.99 


13,185.39 




10,000.00 


9,995.38 


4.62 


457.25 




3,000.00 


2,736.97 


263.03 


666.43 




6,000.00 


3,521.24 


2,478.76 


995.21 




2,350.00 


1,880.51 


469.49 


1,047.27 




4,000.00 


3,857.69 


142.31 


256.94 




9,000.03 


3,261.20 


5,738.80 


1,273.05 




4,000.00 
416,028.00 $ 


3,590.47 
382,968.68 $ 


409.53 


1,519.88 


$ 


33,059.32 $ 


33,633.27 



Administration 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



States Share of States 
Attorneys and Assistant 
States Attorneys Salaries. 



1,592,600.00 $ 



1,494,732.54 



97,867.46 $ 185,841.62 



Administration 

Local Government Distributive Fund 

Awards and Grants 



For Distribution to Local 
Governments as Provided in 
Public Act 76-587 



$ 114,000,000.00 $ 113,999,993.07 



6.93 



Administration 
Local Government Affairs Trust 
Operations 



Fund 



Veterans Program. 



Non-Approp. 



4,782.71 



.00 $ 



667.28 



Community Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. . 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 
Small Community Improvement 
Pilot Progr.m _ 

8 



178,249.00 $ 


173,911.02 $ 


4,337.98 $ 


8,728.57 


11,426.00 


10,968.86 


457.14 


626.08 


8,900.00 


8,878.11 


21.89 


573.45 


9,100.00 


8,934.01 


165.99 


74.56 


10,000.00 


9,517.69 


482.31 


1,324.62 


1,600.00 


1,505.95 


94.05 


216.56 


3,000.00 


669.95 


2,330.05 


6.25 


2,890.00 


53.81 


2,836.19 


.00 


8,000.00 


7,710.72 


289.28 


1,548.33 


o.ooo.oo 


4,999.74 


.26 


3.28 


25,000.00 


20,296.97 


4,703.03 


246.06 


263,165.00 '> 


247,446.83 $ 


15,718.17 $ 


13,347.76 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS (Continued) 



181 



Community Services 

Local Government Affairs Trust 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Manpower Planning Expenses.... 

For Expenses of the Local 
Government Personnel Training 
Program Grant 

Expenses of the Local Govern- 
ment Law Enforcement Aware- 
ness Program- ILEC Grant 

Total 



Non-Approp. 



Non-Approp. 



Non-Approp. 



309,998.21 



2,212.30 



5,500.33 



317,710.84 



00 $ 

00 

_00 _ 

,00 $ 



37,116.60 



176.52 



4,442.94 



42,436.06 



Financial Affairs 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing. . . . 
Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 



Total. 



$ 


766,772.00 


$ 


697,933.59 $ 


68,838.41 $ 


33,264.87 




49,042.00 




44,205.77 


4,836.23 


2,225.11 




35,867.00 




26,736.64 


9,130.36 


1,485.37 




50,800.00 




50,777.61 


22.39 


6,305.76 




32,000.00 




31,117.90 


882.10 


3,936.40 




4,000.00 




3,988.27 


11.73 


377.85 




26,500.00 




26,199.22 


300.78 


13,747.83 




11,650.00 




11,270.04 


379.96 


8,096.20 




50,000.00 




49,822.77 


177.23 


13,384.85 




21,500.00 




18,520.70 


2,979.30 


6,560.16 




13,000.00 




12,879.56 


120.44 


2,895.65 


$ 


1,061,131.00 


$ 


973,452.07 $ 


87,678.93 $ 


92,280.05 




Financial 


Affairs 








General 


Revenue Fund 








Awards and 


Grants 







States Share of County Super- 
visors of Assessments or 
County Assessors Salaries.... $ 

Additional Compensation for 
Township Assessors 



Total. 



740,300.00 $ 



167,200.00 



907,500.00 $ 



610,261.63 



122,300.00 



732,561.63 $ 



130,038.37 $ 
44,900.00 



174,938.37 $ 



84,847.41 
.00 



84,847.41 



Housing and Buildings 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 169,600.00 $ 151,433.38 

Contribution Retirement 10,856.00 9,607.52 

Contribution Social Security.. 8,000.00 6,129.72 

Contractual Services 14,100.00 13,020.32 

Travel 16,000.00 14,828.96 

Commodities 2,200.00 1,267.74 

Printing 2,000.00 18.75 

Equipment 3,900.00 3,859.13 

Telecommunications Services... 8,500.00 6,547.30 

Operation Automotive Equipment 5,000.00 4,909.71 

Total $ 240,156.00 $ 211,622.53 



18,166.62 
1,248.48 
1,870.28 
1,079.68 
1,171.04 
932.26 
1,981.25 

40.87 
1,952.70 

90.29 



6,364.50 

407.33 

331.86 

4,150.13 

2,286.86 

571.19 

.00 

3,467.60 

1,957.06 

761.32 



28,533.47 $ 



20,297.85 



182 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS (Continued) 



Housing and Buildings 

L G A Title VIII Training Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Administration of Title VIII 
Training 



LGA Housing. 



Non-Approp. 



33,333.53 



Housing and Buildings 

The Housing Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp. 



649,336.73 



00 $ 



.00 $ 



3,923.96 



146,520.97 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. . 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 





Property Tax Appeal Board 








General 


Revenue 


Fund 








Operations 








$ 


89,600.00 


$ 


85,117.93 $ 


4,482.07 $ 


3,954.50 




5,713.00 




5,434.68 


278.32 


253.09 




4,200.00 




2,366.44 


1,833.56 


116.00 




21,500.00 




11,337.41 


10,162.59 


1,358.31 




12,500.00 




11,830.28 


669.72 


742.17 




2,000.00 




1,281.10 


718.90 


805.75 




2,500.00 




2,458.05 


41.95 


266.60 




4,000.00 




3,644.14 


355.86 


3,644.14 




7,000.00 




1,558.71 


5,441.29 


389.46 




2,700.00 




2,177.58 


522.42 


784.75 


$ 


151,713.00 


$ 


127,206.32 $ 


24,506.68 $ 


12,314.77 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 



Research and Planning 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



$ 


122,300.00 


$ 


117,565.00 $ 


4,735.00 $ 


9,795.50 




7,794.00 




7,524.24 


269.76 


626.91 




3,500.00 




2,796.33 


703.67 


298.10 




10,900.00 




10,467.43 


432.57 


1,788.53 




2,500.00 




2,499.84 


.16 


653.68 




1,275.00 




1,269.65 


5.35 


35.44 




2,000.00 




1,863.26 


136.74 


8.00 




3,100.00 




1,554.58 


1,545.42 


491.58 




9,000.00 




7,933.92 


1,066.08 


2,740.44 




1,000.00 


$ 


955.50 
154,429.75 $ 


44.50 
8,939.25 $ 


.00 


$ 


163,369.00 


16,438.18 




Researcl 


and 


Planning 








General 


Revenue Fund 








Awards 


and 


Grants 







Research and Planning Grants, 
rn Illinois Planning 
Commission 

Research and Planning Grants, 
Southwestern Illinois Plan- 
ning Hi— (■■Inn 

Research and Planning 
East-West Gateway Cs>> 
inat J: 



250,000.00 $ 250,000.00 
1)0,000.00 110,000.00 
25,000.00 2 5,000.00 



.00 
.00 



.00 
.00 



.00 $ 6,250.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS (Concluded) 



183 



Research and Planning 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Special Projects 

Research and Planning Grants, 
Capital City Planning 
Commission 

Total $ 



60,000.00 



56,000.00 



10,000.00 4,215.20 _ 

455,000.00 $ 445,215.20 $ 



5,784.80 



9,784.80 $ 



56,000.00 



.00 



62,250.00 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing _ 

Total $ 



Research and Planning 

Urban Planning Assistance Fund 

Operations 



273,541.00 
20,510.00 
12,860.00 

153,561.00 

26,000.00 

3,200.00 

15,200.00 



272,917.10 
17,403.76 
11,348.37 

125,143.25 

22,620.21 

2,695.63 

11,774.61 



623.90 

3,106.24 

1,511.63 

28,417.75 

3,379.79 

504.37 
3,425.39 



8,257.00 

528.45 

409.19 

27,508.79 

1,556.07 

716.59 

10,456.06 



504,872.00 $ 



463,902.93 



40,969.07 $ 



49,432.15 



Research and Planning 

Urban Planning Assistance Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Work Study Program $ 

Non-Metropolitan Category 
Planning Grants 

Metropolitan Category Planning 
Grants 

Local Assistance Category 
Planning Grants 

Home Rule Clearinghouse Pro- 
gram in Cooperation with 
University of Illinois 

Special Projects _ 

Total $ 



146,000.00 $ 
295,534.00 
294,321.00 
436,890.00 



32,998.00 
175,000.00 



114,220.99 $ 
280,479.58 
283,474.78 
337,938.32 



30,997.56 
23,433.59 



31,779.01 $ 
15,054.42 
10,846.22 
98,951.68 



2,000.44 
151,566.41 



25,204.27 
22,905.02 
65,309.37 
71,277.48 



7,195.93 
7,353.19 



1,380,743.00 $ 



1,070,544.82 



310,198.18 $ 



199,245.26 



Statewide Planning, Bureau of the Budget 

Urban Planning Assistance Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement , 

Contribution Social Security, 

Contractual Services , 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Electronic Data Processing.., 
Telecommunications Services., 

Total 



$ 


318,000.00 


$ 


264 


,359.82 


$ 


53,640.18 


$ 


1,015.83 




16,800.00 




16 


,584.02 




215.98 




65.01 




12,200.00 




11 


,779.25 




420.75 




46.22 




18,155.00 






300.00 




17,855.00 




300.00 




12,000.00 






453.72 




11,546.28 




453.72 




1,200.00 






.00 




1,200.00 




.00 




2,000.00 






.00 




2,000.00 




.00 




12,200.00 






.00 




12,200.00 




.00 




5,200.00 






.00 




5,200.00 




.00 


$ 


397,755.00 


$ 


293 


,476.81 


$ 


104,278.19 


$ 


1,880.78 



********************** 



184 



TABLE V (Continued) 
MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 

Mental Health Fund 

Mental Health Elementary and 

Secondary Education Act Fd. 
Mental Health Elementary and 

Secondary Education Act Fd. 

U.S. Mental Health Fund 

U.S. Mental Health Fund 

Vocational & Technical 

Education Fund 

Total, Operations 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue Fund 

Mental Health Fund 

U.S. Mental Health Fund 

U.S. Mental Health Fund 

Total, Awards and Grants 

Permanent Improvements : 

General Revenue Fund 

Public Welfare Building Fund 

Total, Permanent Improvements 

Refunds: 
Mental Health Fund 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Federal Assistance Program 
Fund _ 

Total, Mental Health $ 



276,135,884.00 $ 271,706,359.58 



4,429,524.42 $ 17,631,644.95 



970,000.00 


140,704.31 


829,295.69 


45,204.25 


1,750,000.00 


1,307,509.87 


442,490.13 


105,965.83 


No Approp . 

4,310,300.00 
No Approp. 


193,177.19 

3,181,940.84 

51,393.32 


.00 

1,128,359.16 

.00 


30,789.05 

356,003.56 

5,395.19 


400,000.00 


307,631.90 


92,368.10 


83,386.48 


283,566,184.00 


276,888,717.01 


6,922,037.50 


18,258,389.31 


45,887,318.00 
14,400,000.00 
8,939,700.00 
No Approp. 


42,963,527.35 

14,028,493.67 

4,969,704.66 

1,444,362.82 

63,406,088.50 


2,923,790.65 

371,506.33 

3,969,995.34 

.00 

7,265,292.32 


6,333,070.80 

1,335,244.50 

83,896.83 

149,385.35 


69,227,018.00 


7,901,597.48 


3,000,000.00 
2,000,000.00 


1,924,190.31 
1,703,762.30 


1,075,809.69 
296,237.70 


1,002,652.24 
666,961.66 


5,000,000.00 


3,627,952.61 


1,372,047.39 


1,669,613.90 


30,000.00 


29,984.74 


15.26 


140.60 



357,823,202.00 $ 343,952,742.86 



Non- Approp, 



51,456.49 



15,559,392.47 $ 27,829,741.29 



11,310.74 



357,823,202.00 $ 344,004,199.35 

Central Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



15,559,392.47 $ 27,841,052.03 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Illinois Building Authority 

P*ntaln 

Conrooditles 

Printing 

• 



4,204,000.00 $ 4,203,741.25 



269,014.00 
144,500.00 
481,500.00 
218,800.00 

,377,300.00 
69,700.00 
159,500.00 
49,500.00 



268,926.88 
144,426.36 
427,748.39 
169,522.09 

3,377,255.00 
64,997.15 
137,587.28 
44,239.58 



258.75 $ 274,100.87 

87.12 19,444.62 

73.64 30,170.42 

53,751.61 63,552.54 

49,277.91 22,631.26 



45.00 

4,702.85 

21,912.72 

5,260.42 



.00 

13,185.42 

55,002.06 

7,972.21 



TABLE V (Continued) 
MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 

Central Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations (Concluded) 



185 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Electronic Data Processing... 
Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 
Governors Commission to Revise 

Mental Health Code 

Tri-Agency Childrens Program 

at Tinley Park MH Center.... 

Total $ 

Community Services for the 
Mentally 111 $ 

Community Services for the 
Developmentally Disabled 

Community Services for the 
Alcoholic 

Psychiatric Training and Extra 
Mural Research 

Construction of Mental Retard- 
ation Centers Reapp. FY 74... 

Treatment Education and 
Research-Narcotic Addiction. . 

Residential Care of Mental 
Health Patients 

Mentally 111 Children in 
Licensed Private Facilities.. 

Developmentally Disabled Per- 
sons in Licensed Private 
Facilities 

Mental Treatment in Licensed 
Private Psychiatric Facilities 

Total $ 

Miscellaneous Capital Im- 
provements at Various 
Institutions $ 

Miscellaneous Capital Improve- 
ments at Various Institutions 
Reappr. from FY 74 _ 

Total $ 



1,875,000.00 1,805,742.90 

207,500.00 202,827.27 

61,500.00 53,196.98 

208,100.00 178,156.04 

11,978.80 11,978.80 



11,337,892.80 $ 11,090,345.97 

Central Office 
General Revenue Fund 
Awards and Grants 



13,800,000.00 $ 13,050,967.39 

13,800,000.00 13,609,197.72 

1,500,000.00 1,472,769.05 

750,000.00 689,107.61 

1,374,418.00 533,922.40 

550,000.00 441,742.30 

600,000.00 299,774.01 

150,000.00 108,124.35 

9,300,000.00 8,780,272.37 

4,000,000.00 _ 3,938,028.21 



45,824,418.00 $ 42,923,905.41 

Central Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



2,000,000.00 $ 1,110,403.38 
400,000.00 319,360.64 



69,257.10 161,391.54 
4,672.73 73,542.23 
8,303.02 17,042.92 



29,943.96 
.00 



7,249.52 
.00 



247,546.83 $ 745,285.61 



$ 749,032.61 $ 2,338,710.29 

190,802.28 1,111,004.94 

27,230.95 128,315.45 

60,892.39 225,927.60 

840,495.60 .00 

108,257.70 193,081.72 

300,225.99 34,525.71 

41,875.65 14,254.27 

519,727.63 912,189.57 

61,971.79 1,371,567.49 

$ 2,900,512.59 $ 6,329,577.04 



2,400,000.00 $ 1,429,764.02 



$ 889,596.62 $ 641,315.78 

80,639.36 113,455.06 

$ 970,235.98 $ 754,770.84 



186 



TABLE V (Continued) 
MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 

Central Office 

Mental Health Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Compensation - Patient 
Work ers $ 970,000.00 $ 140,704.31 $ 829,295.69 $ 

Central Office 

Mental Health Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Community Services for the 

Mentally 111 $ 7,200,000.00 $ 6,888,210.96 $ 311,789.04 $ 

Community Services for the 

Developmentally Disabled 7,200,000.00 7,140,282.71 59,717.29 _ 

Tota l $ 14,400,000.00 $ 14,028,493.67 $ 371,506.33 $ 

Central Office 

Mental Health Fund 

Refunds 

Refunds $ 30,000.00 $ 29,984.74 $ 15.26 $ 

Central Office 

Public Welfare Building Fund 

Permanent Improvements 

Miscellaneous Capitol Improve- 
ments at Various Institutions 
Reapprop. FY 74 $ 2,000,000.00 $ 1,703,762.30 $ 296,237.70 $ 

Central Office 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 

Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses $ 586,500.00 $ 519,536.82 $ 66,963.18 $ 

Central Office 

U S Mental Health Fund 

Operations 

Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses $ 1,131,700.00 $ 1,090,504.73 $ 41,195.27 $ 

Central Office 
U S Mental Health Fund 
Awards and Grants 
Community Services for the 

Alcoholic $ 3,000,000.00 $ 2,138,090.21 $ 861,909.79 $ 

Planning and Construction of 
Developmental Disabilities 
and Community Mental Health 

renter 5,221,700.00 2,200,082.00 3,021,618.00 

Start-Up Funds for New Mental 
Health Center Programs 718,000.00 631.532.45 86,467.55 _ 

Total $ 8,939,700.00 $ 4,969,704.66 $ 3,969,995.34 $ 



45,204.25 



1,047,090.21 

288,154.29 

1,335,244.50 



140.60 



666,961.66 



8,718.67 



99,112.54 

45,111.90 

.00 
38,784.93 
83,896.83 



TABLE V (Continued) 
MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 

Central Office 

U S Mental Health Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Expenses of the Citizen Re- 
view Committee Participation 
Grant • 

Expenses of the Evaluation 
Study of Community Services 
Grant 

Total 



No Approp. 
No Approp. 



22,279.32 



29,114.00 



51,393.32 



.00 $ 



00 



.00 $ 



2,573.52 



2,821.67 



5,395.19 



Central Office 

U S Mental Health Fund 

Awards and Grants 



For Community Services Grants 
For the Developmentally 
Disabled 



No Approp. 



1,444,362.82 



.00 $ 



149,385.35 



Illinois Drug Abuse Program 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



,421,000.00 
169,773.00 
141,600.00 
885,000.00 

20,000.00 
412,500.00 

15,000.00 

78,000.00 
100,000.00 

17,000.00 



2,348,852.08 

148,998.96 

125,621.70 

797,892.92 

9,655.18 

357,804.11 

3,787.02 

61,551.21 

90,156.26 

12,397.00 



4,259,873.00 $ 3,956,716.44 

Illinois Drug Abuse Program 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



72,147.92 $ 

20,774.04 

15,978.30 

87,107.08 

10,344.82 

54,695.89 

11,212.98 

16,448.79 
9,843.74 
4,603.00 



303,156.56 



113,038.29 

7,202.38 

6,002.59 

67,647.60 

1,947.70 

109,709.92 

2,762.47 

41,177.52 

30,128.16 

3,820.84 

383,437.47 



Maintenance and Travel for 
Aided Persons 



12,000.00 



4,073.75 



7,926.25 $ 



598.60 



Illinois Drug Abuse Program 

U S Mental Health Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



660,200.00 $ 



322,653.98 



337,546.02 $ 



5,720.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 

Region 1A Administration 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



235,500.00 


$ 


223,688.15 


$ 


11,811.85 


$ 


10 


,351.06 


15,658.00 




14,044.66 




1,613.34 






662.47 


6,300.00 




6,227.90 




72.10 






304.56 


4,000.00 




2,482.55 




1,517.45 






990.05 


7,000.00 




4,243.19 




2,756.81 






451.45 


1,200.00 




233.10 




966.90 






233.10 


1,500.00 




1,098.87 




401.13 






.00 


2,500.00 




1,392.81 




1,107.19 






436.03 


? 273,658.00 


$ 


253,411.23 


$ 


20,246.77 


$ 


13 


,428.72 



H. Douglas Singer Zone Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing. . . 
Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



4,100,500.00 $ 4,100,421.26 



256,668.00 

181,800.00 

450,600.00 

13,500.00 

252,200.00 

5,300.00 

23,800.00 

49,300.00 

82,000.00 

20,000.00 



252,973.80 

175,937.58 

444,534.60 

11,773.85 

237,284.60 

5,068.61 

20,267.74 

47,099.28 

69,207.11 

18,873.72 



78.74 
3,694.20 
5,862.42 
6,065.40 
1,726.15 

14,915.40 

231.39 

3,532.26 

2,200.72 

12,792.89 
1,126.28 



198,085.03 
12,443.88 

8,885.68 
87,693.28 

2,856.47 

29,670.80 

355.52 

11,299.99 

4,749.13 
16,884.93 

4,597.48 



5,435,668.00 $ 5,383,442.15 



52,225.85 $ 377,522.19 



H. Douglas Singer Zone Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Maintenance and Travel for 
Aided Persons $ 



3,500.00 $ 



2,451.25 



1,048.75 $ 



156.70 



H. Douglas Singer Zone Center 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expense 



30,000.00 



00 



30,000.00 



H. Douglas Singer Zone Center 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Grant Thru OSPI Adm. 
of ESEA Grant for Prescrip- 
tive Teaching Project for 
Emotion.-!] l •/ Disturbed Youth.. 



No Appro?. 



13,790.20 



.00 $ 



.00 



3,126.62 



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189 



H. Douglas Singer Zone Center 

U S Mental Health Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



rdinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



44,300.00 $ 



10,365.08 



Region IB Administration 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



33,934.92 $ 



1,282.15 



tegular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

[■ravel 

'rinting 

Total $ 



$ 


215,000.00 

13,760.00 

4,500.00 

2,000.00 

3,000.00 

600.00 


$ 


212,638.50 

13,608.89 

4,387.84 

1,776.80 

2,976.68 

551.30 


$ 


2 


,361.50 

151.11 

112.16 

223.20 

23.32 

48.70 


$ 


9 


,831.50 
629.22 
149.05 
335.15 
458.35 
227.50 


$ 


238,860.00 


$ 


235,940.01 


$ 


2 


,919.99 


$ 


11 


,630.77 



East Moline State Hospital 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

rravel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

relecommunications Services.. 
Dperation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



5,770,300.00 $ 5,736,391.87 



359,286.00 

189,100.00 

472,400.00 

2,200.00 

725,800.00 

5,500.00 

16,800.00 

43,100.00 

17,300.00 



350,397.60 

185,231.90 

456,178.93 

1,186.03 

710,587.02 

4,644.61 

13,062.49 

41,881.60 

15,778.32 



33,908.13 
8,888.40 
3,868.10 

16,221.07 
1,013.97 

15,212.98 

855.39 

3,737.51 

1,218.40 

1,521.68 



7,601,786.00 $ 7,515,340.37 



86,445.63 $ 



273,589.83 
16,167.30 

8,537.36 

79,027.18 

81.93 

53,413.65 

1,459.01 

6,305.42 
14,022.35 

2,233.84 

454,837.87 



East Moline State Hospital 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



aintenance and Travel for 
kided Persons 



500.00 $ 



490.57 $ 



.50 



East Moline State Hospital 

U S Mental Health Fund 

Operations 



rdinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



150,600.00 $ 



84,388.28 $ 



66,211.72 $ 



1,371.73 



Galesburg State Research Hospital 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 



10,449,680.00 $ 
648,847.00 
336,500.00 



10,201,973.05 
623,740.31 
334,050.40 



247,706.95 

25,106.69 

2,449.60 



493,247.99 
30,255.54 
17,426.94 



190 



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Galesburg State Research Hospital 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commo.lities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



273,200.00 

3,100.00 

1,289,500.00 

6,500.00 

44,200.00 

10,800.00 

17,000.00 



263,714.83 

2,422.27 

1,274,981.74 

4,933.19 

37,010.78 

9,650.77 

15,927.81 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



9,485.17 
677.73 
14,518.26 
1,566.81 
7,189.22 
1,149.23 
1,072.19 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



13,079,327.00 $ 12,768,405.15 



310,921.85 $ 



58,684.30 

587.24 

100,028.09 

.00 

33,260.08 

3,305.53 

2,365.90 

739,161.61 



Galesburg State Research Hospital 

Federal Assistance Program 

Operations 



Personal Services and Fringe 
Benefit Expenses of the Men- 
tal Health Trainee Staff Grant 



Non-Approp. 



6,786.83 



,00 $ 



Galesburg State Research Hospital 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



55,800.00 $ 



43,447.27 



12,352.73 $ 



2,990.55 



Galesburg State Research Hospital 

Vocational and Technical Education Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses $ 



15,400.00 $ 



;,184.30 



7,215.70 $ 



4,133.23 



George A. Zeller Zone Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

$ 



3,946,000.00 $ 3,929,068.51 



16,931.49 $ 184,289.87 



249,518.00 
143,600.00 
236,600.00 

3,900.00 
180,000.00 

2,800.00 

5,000.00 
51,900.00 

5,000.00 



240,689.80 
141,382.85 
228,485.31 

3,806.95 
169,145.05 

1,605.88 

1,781.15 
50,537.82 

4,729.37 



4,824,318.00 $ 4,771,232.69 

George A. Zeller Zone Center 
I al Revenue Fund 
Awards and G rants 



8,828.20 

2,217.15 

8,114.69 

93.05 

10,854.95 

1,194.12 

3,218.85 

1,362.18 

270.63 



11,196.25 

6,821.55 

23,174.36 

290.20 

17,941.35 

45.09 

409.15 

20,014.27 

953.91 



53,085.31 $ 265,136.00 



Aided Persona 



400.00 $ 



399.85 



.15 $ 



97.25 



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191 



George A. Zeller Zone Center 

U S Mental Health Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



85,000.00 $ 



100.00 



George A. Zeller Zone Center 

Vocational & Technical Education Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services. . 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



26,500.00 $ 



26,420.45 $ 



Region 2 Administration 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



784,400.00 

51,814.00 

34,100.00 

27,300.00 

24,800.00 

8,500.00 

6,700.00 

5,500.00 

20,200.00 

1,900.00 



751,578.02 

47,876.83 

29,893.37 

25,288.57 

22,084.20 

7,479.24 

5,305.64 

5,494.81 

19,356.01 

521.81 



965,214.00 $ 



914,878.50 



Chicago-Read Mental Health Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



84,900.00 



79.55 $ 



32,821.98 
3,937.17 
4,206.63 
2,011.43 
2,715.80 
1,020.76 
1,394.36 
5.19 
843.99 
1,378.19 



50,335.50 $ 



.00 



7,107.06 



34,493.24 

2,204.61 

1,288.04 

2,451.98 

3,982.57 

353.34 

1,516.93 

199.96 

8,117.22 

66.58 



54,674.47 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



17,367,900.00 

1,080,625.00 

577,600.00 

1,514,100.00 

17,300.00 

1,364,000.00 

19,400.00 

112,300.00 

203,100.00 

68,000.00 



17,367,886.48 

1,080,134.72 

575,936.52 

1,490,206.34 

17,049.13 

1,274,730.45 

9,671.96 

107,022.69 

197,201.79 

60,071.67 



13.52 $ 763,681.13 



490.28 

1,663.48 

23,893.66 

250.87 

89,269.55 

9,728.04 

5,277.31 

5,898.21 

7,928.33 



47,512.69 

26,576.91 

335,588.17 

2,893.10 

121,277.65 

1,132.50 

39,280.47 

47,956.83 

20,448.38 



22,324,325.00 $ 22,179,911.75 



144,413.25 $ 1,406,347.83 



Chicago-Read Mental Health Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Maintenance and Travel for 
Aided Persons 



15,900.00 $ 



13,335.68 



2,564.32 $ 



1,524.28 



192 



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Chicago-Read Mental Health Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Butler Conversion Reappr. 
from FY 72 



65,000.00 



63,229.31 



1,770.69 $ 



Chicago-Read Mental Health Center 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses , 



143,400.00 $ 



71,021.48 



6,385.34 



Chicago-Read Mental Health Center 

U S Mental Health Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



57,900.00 $ 



36,134.99 



6,901.72 



Chicago-Read Mental Health Center 

Vocational i Technical Education Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses $ 



27,700.00 $ 



25,042.72 



Elgin State Hospital 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



2,657.28 $ 



10,565.32 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



16,507,800.00 

1,028,787.00 

586,900.00 

958,900.00 

23,500.00 

1,290,400.00 

19,000.00 

142,500.00 

142,000.00 

47,300.00 



16,452,609.80 

1,028,519.87 

585,427.38 

949,361.52 

22,522.13 

1,251,183.55 

12,916.49 

131,395.59 

140,127.81 

46^103.50 



55,190.20 $ 

267.13 

1,472.62 

9,538.48 

977.87 

39,216.45 
6,083.51 

11,104.41 
1,872.19 
1,196.50 



573,418.33 
35,100.46 
18,196.01 

236,180.75 
4,210.92 

144,420.25 
1,600.90 

129,865.99 
27,142.66 
10,138.67 



20,747,087.00 $ 20,620,167.64 



126,919.36 $ 1,180,274.94 



Elgin State Hospital 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Maintenance and Travel for 
Aided Persons 



7,300.00 $ 



3,775.95 



3,524.05 $ 



296.50 



Elgin State Hospital 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



For Toilets and Showers 
Reappr. from FY 72 



135,000.00 $ 



134,436.89 



563.11 $ 



125,146.26 



• 



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MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 



193 



Elgin State Hospital 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



For Cottage Alterations 
Reappr. from FY 73 



Total. 



80,000.00 



215,000.00 $ 



79,922.95 



214,359.84 



77.05 



640.16 $ 



204,002.79 



Elgin State Hospital 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Drdinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



Drdinary and Contingent 
Expenses $ 



66,000.00 $ 



32,163.78 



Elgin State Hospital 

U S Mental Health Fund 

Operations 



178,400.00 $ 



147,119.37 



Elgin State Hospital 

Vocational & Technical Education Fund 

Operations 



33,836.22 



31,280.63 $ 



2,304.96 



79,997.78 



Drdinary and Contingent 
Expenses $ 



40,100.00 



33,366.14 



6,733.86 $ 



1,918.68 



John J. Madden Zone Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



6,467,500.00 $ 6,416,786.93 $ 



413,892.00 

267,200.00 

501,400.00 

9,500.00 

420,600.00 

7,400.00 

48,300.00 

102,400.00 

16,700.00 



398,070.26 

259,114.85 

492,029.04 

9,364.55 

393,660.84 

2,965.11 

37,944.39 

102,379.73 

16,556.40 



50,713.07 

15,821.74 

8,085.15 

9,370.96 

135.45 

26,939.16 

4,434.89 

10,355.61 

20.27 

143.60 



301,090.27 
18,619.25 
12,530.00 
78,885.42 

2,222.29 

48,857.96 

226.36 

6,966.81 
26,309.67 

2,810.94 



8,254,892.00 $ 8,128,872.10 



126,019.90 $ 498,518.97 



John J. Madden Zone Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



■laintenance and Travel 
Aided Persons , 



for 



6,100.00 $ 



4,450.65 $ 



1,649.35 $ 



365.20 



John J. Madden Zone Center 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Title I Grant thru OSPI Adm. 
of ESEA Grant for Bridging 
the Psycho and Education 
Service Gap 



No Approp. 



51,714.35 



.00 $ 



6,853.73 



194 



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MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 



John J. Madden Zone Center 

Vocational & Technical Education Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Ordinary & Contingent 
Expenses 



27,000.00 $ 20,18: 

Manteno State Hospital 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



6,818.07 $ 



5,690.43 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



17,835,000.00 $ 17,834,722.57 



1,133,434.00 

586,500.00 

1,251,600.00 

16,500.00 

2,128,000.00 

22,000.00 

28,200.00 

111,100.00 

72,000.00 



133,124.37 
584,454.36 
225,574.48 

13,216.17 
070,411.51 

19,600.43 

24,893.43 
101,715.14 

71,108.31 



277.43 $ 

309.63 

2,045.64 

26,025.52 

3,283.83 

57,588.49 

2,399.57 

3,306.57 

9,384.86 

891.69 



834,140.27 
52,699.06 
28,162.77 

289,419.65 
2,629.44 

161,537.02 

3,557.67 

19,759.94 

24,469.29 

25,022.45 



23,184,334.00 $ 23,078,820.77 



105,513.23 $ 1,441,397.56 



Manteno State Hospital 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Maintenance and Travel for 
Aided Persons 



3,200.00 $ 



3,199.80 



.20 $ 



89.98 



Electrical Distribution 
System Reappr. from FY 69... 

For Baths and Toilets Reappr. 
from FY 72 



Total, 



Manteno State Hospital 

General Revenue Fund 
Permanent Improvements 



$ 100,000.00 
220,000.0 £ 



320,000.00 $ 



.00 $ 
216,837.14 _ 
216,837.14 $ 



Manteno State Hospital 

Vocational & Technical Education Fund 

Operations 



100,000.00 .00 

3^162.86 $ 42,523.63 



103,162.86 $ 



42,523.63 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



35,000.00 $ 



22,312.01 



12,687.99 $ 



2,068.92 






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MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 



195 



Tinley Park Mental Health Center 
General Revenue Fund 
Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 
Tri-Agency Childrens Program 
at Tinley Park _ 

Total $ 



7,150,100.00 $ 7,025,106.86 $ 



442,584.00 

260,600.00 

723,700.00 

19,000.00 

513,900.00 

7,000.00 

59,900.00 

82,900.00 

34,900.00 



437,426.20 

253,775.14 

703,223.12 

18,925.72 

485,045.51 

6,205.95 

41,265.34 

82,900.00 

34,806.99 



207,221.20 199,431.21 _ 

9,501,805.20 $ 9,288,112.04 $ 



124,993.14 

5,157.80 

6,824.86 

20,476.88 

74.28 

28,854.49 

794.05 

18,634.66 

.00 

93,01 

7,789.99 



213,693.16 $ 



332,493.46 
20,326.34 
12,627.39 

104,889.71 
3,380.19 
73,400.89 
1,292.40 
14,496.74 
20,115.85 
10,273.84 

46,282.41 

639,579.22 



Tinley Park Mental Health Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Maintenance and Travel for 
Aided Persons $ 



2,000.00 $ 



1,999.95 



.05 



.00 



Tinley Park Mental Health Center 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Title I Grant thru OSPI Adm. 
of ESEA Grant for Language 
Remediation 



No Approp. 



25,707.11 



.00 $ 



2,936.31 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses $ 



Tinley Park Mental Health Center 

U S Mental Health Fund 

Operations 



108,800.00 $ 



83,995.11 



Tinely Park Mental Health Center 

Vocational & Technical Education Fund 

Operations 



24,804.89 $ 



6,386.59 



Ordinary & Contingent 
Expenses , 



10,000.00 $ 



9,169.34 $ 



830.66 $ 



4,317.72 



196 



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MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 



Region 3A Administration 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services., 

Total 



$ 


251,100.00 $ 


242,791.82 $ 


8 


,308.18 $ 


11,760.00 




15,670.00 


15,524.35 




145.65 


752.64 




6,600.00 


6,532.54 




67.46 


347.12 




4,400.00 


4,358.71 




41.29 


1,558.44 




6,500.00 


6,308.27 




191.73 


1,233.04 




1,500.00 


1,186.99 




313.01 


226.81 




1,000.00 


633.82 




366.18 


301.79 




800.00 


335.52 




464.48 


.00 




6,800.00 


5,723.05 


1 


,076.95 


1,375.00 


$ 


294,370.00 $ 


283,395.07 $ 


10 


,974.93 $ 


17,554.84 



Jacksonville State Hospital 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



6,954,000.00 $ 6,942,929.47 



11,070.53 $ 314,147.33 



440,703.00 

179,800.00 

284,500.00 

6,000.00 

819,000.00 

5,000.00 

78,500.00 

50,000.00 

20,000.00 



428,751.34 

164,563.22 

270,242.17 

3,926.72 

800,298.50 

3,231.42 

67,545.41 

48,363.77 

18,776.69 



11,951.66 
15,236.78 
14,257.83 

2,073.28 
18,701.50 

1,768.58 
10,954.59 

1,636.23 

1,223.31 



19,427.42 

7,589.82 

38,030.35 

308.56 

59,887.41 

51.10 

54,514.08 

15,680.91 

8,018.40 



837,503.00 $ 



8,748,628.71 



174.29 $ 



517,655.38 



Jacksonville State Hospital 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Maintenance and Travel for 
Aided Persons 



200.00 



00 



200.00 



.00 



Jacksonville State Hospital 

Federal Assistance Program Fund 

Operations 



Personal Services and Fringe 
Benefit Expenses of the Mental 
Health Trainee Staff Grant... 



Non-Approp. 



1,773.44 



,00 $ 



1,323.27 



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MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 



197 



Jacksonville State Hospital 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses $ 



23,000.00 $ 



15,012.32 



7,987.68 $ 



938.77 



Jacksonville State Hospital 

Vocational & Technical Education Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses , 



10,000.00 $ 



2,226.68 



7,773.32 $ 



1,265.04 



Andrew McFarland Zone Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



3,088,600.00 $ 


3,016,064.54 $ 


72,535.46 $ 


136,259.67 


188,112.00 


187,251.45 


860.55 


8,819.63 


129,500.00 


128,660.46 


839.54 


6,084.98 


266,800.00 


257,546.11 


9,253.89 


45,530.61 


6,200.00 


6,002.89 


197.11 


1,142.01 


287,300.00 


285,687.85 


1,612.15 


24,800.57 


2,700.00 


2,270.40 


429.60 


23.10 


14,200.00 


13,589.76 


610.24 


6,566.02 


34,400.00 


34,139.91 


260.09 


8,267.51 


10,100.00 


10,046.38 


53.62 


2,372.13 


$ 4,027,912.00 $ 


3,941,259.75 $ 


86,652.25 $ 


239,866.23 



Andrew McFarland Zone Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Maintenance and Travel for 
Aided Persons 



400.00 



298.50 $ 



101.50 



.00 



Andrew McFarland Zone Center 

Federal Assistance Program Fund 

Operations 



Personal Services and Fringe 
Benefit Expenses of the Men- 
tal Health Trainee Staff 
Grant 



Non-Approp . 



236.24 



,00 $ 



236.24 



Andrew McFarland Zone Center 
Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 
Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses $ 



110,600.00 $ 



89,937.00 



20,663.00 $ 



19,780.51 



198 



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MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 



Region 3B Administration 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 



? 224,900.00 $ 


203,456.19 $ 


21,443.81 $ 


7,032.50 


14,694.00 


12,846.60 


1,847.40 


450.08 


6,700.00 


6,192.91 


507.09 


119.24 


4,500.00 


4,368.12 


131.88 


627.56 


5,000.00 


2,792.88 


2,207.12 


284.39 


1,500.00 


921.13 


578.87 


677.73 


1,000.00 


570.72 


429.28 


21.15 


1,000.00 


431.55 


568.45 


.00 


2,000.00 


1,961.97 


38.03 


130.36 


1,000.00 


651.63 


348.37 


203.67 


5 262,294.00 $ 


234,193.70 $ 


28,100.30 $ 


9,546.68 


Herman A. Adler 


Zone Center 






General Revenue Fund 






Operations 






1,916,000.00 $ 


1,876,596.91 $ 


39,403.09 $ 


84,602.15 


124,154.00 


109,822.48 


14,331.52 


4,889.95 


82,800.00 


82,250.20 


549.80 


3,846.08 


186,400.00 


153,916.02 


32,483.98 


35,519.90 


18,000.00 


12,509.23 


5,490.77 


1,418.69 


84,600.00 


81,509.49 


3,090.51 


22,050.04 


2,500.00 


2,486.77 


13.23 


897.70 


10,600.00 


8,040.67 


2,559.33 


4,836.71 


35,700.00 


30,399.47 


5,300.53 


5,052.75 


12,600.00 


12,563.64 


36.36 


3,318.11 



Total $ 



2,473,354.00 $ 



2,370,094.88 



103,259.12 $ 



166,432.08 



Herman A. Adler Zone Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Maintenance and Travel for 
Aided Persons 



1,000.00 



654.87 



345.13 $ 



Adolf Meyer Zone Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



2,531,500.00 $ 2,415,013.65 



154,550.00 

112,400.00 

379,300.00 

16,500.00 

153,900.00 

4,000.00 

17,000.00 

52,500.00 

16,900.00 



147,395.31 

104,139.49 

350,272.60 

15,388.91 

143,388.40 

2,828.52 

14,348.15 

43,116.05 

15,554.79 



116,486.35 $ 
7,154.69 
8,260.51 
29,027.40 
1,111.09 
10,511.60 
1,171.48 
2,651.85 
9,383.95 
1,345.21 



117,180.61 
7,125.55 
5,279.81 

61,903.06 
2,410.83 

28,700.29 

733.66 

6,276.29 

10,858.07 
2,183.21 



3,438,550.00 $ 



3,251,445.87 



187,104.13 $ 



242,651.38 



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199 



Adolf Meyer Zone Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Maintenance and Travel for 
Aided Persons 



1,500.00 $ 



468.30 



1,031.70 $ 



Adolf Meyer Zone Center 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



51,000.00 $ 



24,953.17 



Adolf Meyer Zone Center 
U S Mental Health Fund 
Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses $ 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses $ 



128,700.00 $ 



109,969.02 $ 



Adolf Meyer Zone Center 

Vocational & Technical Education Fund 

Operations 



30,000.00 $ 



19,982.14 



Region 4 Administration 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



26,046.83 $ 



18,730.98 $ 



10,017.86 $ 



19.30 



1,666.05 



14.560.2i 



15,211.42 



Regular Positions $ 485,800.00 $ 476,988.88 

Contribution Retirement 31,094.00 30,527.29 

Contribution Social Security. 14,600.00 14,123.16 

Contractual Services 21,300.00 20,434.10 

Travel 9,500.00 7,667.85 

Commodities 3,000.00 1,094.17 

Printing 1,000.00 536.44 

Equipment 900.00 343.99 

Telecommunications Services.. 11,000.00 9,112.84 

Operation Automotive Equipment 9,600.00 8,482.32 

Total $ 587,794.00 $ 569,311.04 



8,811.12 

566.71 

476.84 

865.90 

1,832.15 

1,905.83 

463.56 

556.01 

1,887.16 

1,117.68 



22,022.07 

1,409.41 

684.85 

360.00 

1,983.81 

.00 

72.60 

179.80 

2,600.91 

1,062.55 



18,482.96 $ 



30,376.00 



Alton State Hospital 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 
Total 



$ 


6,136,000.00 $ 


6,134,716.33 $ 


1,283.67 $ 


281,119.29 




392,729.00 


386,363.11 


6,365.89 


17,731.33 




164,500.00 


159,750.99 


4,749.01 


7,428.13 




492,900.00 


472,229.55 


20,670.45 


56,018.82 




4,000.00 


2,738.12 


1,261.88 


201.45 




654,500.00 


623,244.48 


31,255.52 


81,257.63 




5,500.00 


4,841.52 


658.48 


900.15 




32,000.00 


23,375.33 


8,624.67 


10,260.51 




72,200.00 


68,814.91 


3,385.09 


29,425.40 




34,100.00 


31,663.62 


2,436.38 


4.427.50 


$ 


7,988,429.00 $ 


7,907,737.96 $ 


80,691.04 $ 


488,770.21 



200 



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MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 



Alton State Hospital 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Maintenance and Travel for 
Aided Persons $ 



Personal Services and Fringe 
Benefit Expenses of the 
Mental Health Trainee Staff 
Grant 



2,000.00 $ 



972. 



Alton State Hospital 

Federal Assistance Program Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp, 



3,846.79 



00 $ 



Alton State Hospital 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



3,000.00 $ 



1,854.83 



Alton State Hospital 

Vocational & Technical Education Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



7,000.00 $ 



3,017.47 



Chester Mental Health Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



1,145.17 



3,982.53 $ 



.00 



477.99 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



3,461,400.00 $ 

236,589.00 

134,000.00 

150,200.00 

12,000.00 

614,500.00 

4,000.00 

15,500.00 

19,500.00 

10,000.00 



3,209,985.56 

199,980.98 

132,361.00 

86,373.47 

11,467.80 

558,429.91 

3,096.33 

14,677.23 

16,284.58 

9,824.69 



251,414.44 

36,608.02 

1,639.00 

63,826.53 

532.20 

56,070.09 

903.67 

822.77 

3,215.42 

175.31 



4,657,689.00 $ 4,242,481.55 



415,207.45 $ 



166,357.19 

10,289.14 

7,128.22 

16,737.78 

893.48 

86,245.00 

912.55 

9,036.26 

9,569.56 

1,275.60 

308,444.78 



Chester Mental Health Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Maintenance and Travel for 
Aided Persons 



1,500.00 $ 



950.85 



549.15 $ 



82.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 



201 



Chester Mental Health Center 

Federal Assistance Program Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Personal Services and Fringe 
Benefit Expenses of the Men- 
tal Health Trainee Staff 
Grant 



Non-Approp. 



5,659.96 



.00 $ 



1,288.47 



Chester Mental Health Center 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



21,500.00 $ 



269.07 



Chester Mental Health Center 

Vocational & Technical Education Fund 

Operations 



21,230.93 



00 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



15,000.00 $ 



11,595.01 



3,404.99 $ 



592.80 



Region 5 Administration 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 





757,900.00 


$ 


743,527.32 $ 


14,372.68 $ 


33,889.26 




50,119.00 




47,305.45 


2,813.55 


2,170.85 




18,200.00 




18,004.80 


195.20 


846.62 




13,100.00 




12,798.41 


301.59 


1,776.74 




20,800.00 




17,995.96 


2,804.04 


1,270.14 




6,600.00 




5,581.65 


1,018.35 


264.59 




1,500.00 




1,483.96 


16.04 


583.85 




1,000.00 




962.37 


37.63 


49.95 




9,000.00 




8,399.09 


600.91 


2,943.17 




8,200.00 




7,954.27 


245.73 


1,259.06 


$ 


886,419.00 


$ 


864,013.28 $ 


22,405.72 $ 


45,054.23 




Anna State 


Hospital 








General 


Revenue Fund 








Operations 








7,600,100.00 


$ 


7,599,782.55 $ 


317.45 $ 


348,815.38 




480,050.00 




478,158.01 


1,891.99 


21,808.93 




193,100.00 




186,922.01 


6,177.99 


8,562.85 




138,400.00 




138,223.17 


176.83 


12,424.08 




13,500.00 




12,310.22 


1,189.78 


2,272.93 




1,026,200.00 




999,320.87 


26,879.13 


78,740.08 




4,500.00 




3,589.03 


910.97 


45.50 




42,100.00 




40,107.57 


1,992.43 


29,200.25 




48,000.00 




47,143.75 


856.25 


16,299.56 




24,700.00 




24,325.87 


374.13 


5,287.64 



9,570,650.00 



9,529,883.05 



40,766.95 $ 523,457.20 



202 



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MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 



Anna State Hospital 

Federal Assistance Program Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Personal Services and Fringe 
Benefit Expenses of the Men- 
tal Health Trainee Staff 
Grant 



Non-Approp. 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



335.62 



.00 $ 



335.62 



Anna State Hospital 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



41,000.00 $ 



31,775.80 



9,224.20 $ 



11,770.58 



Anna State Hospital 

U S Mental Health Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses , 



66,600.00 



.00 $ 



66,600.00 



.00 



Anna State Hospital 

Vocational & Technical Education Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



30,000.00 $ 



25,745.00 



4,255.00 $ 



1,727.00 



L. Bowen Children's Center 
General Revenue Fund 
Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



2,859,300.00 $ 

178,778.00 

97,600.00 

177,900.00 

4,900.00 

243,500.00 

5,800.00 

15,200.00 

15,000.00 

18,900.00 



2,858,282.64 

170,167.35 

86,657.93 

158,403.44 

3,394.24 

220,371.86 

4,670.41 

13,198.60 

12,314.11 

10,834.25 



1,017.36 $ 

8,610.65 
10,942.07 
19,496.56 

1,505.76 
23,128.14 

1,129.59 

2,001.40 

2,685.89 

8,065.75 



138,995.72 

8,100.48 

4,432.83 

20,378.42 

461.16 

26,872.64 

507.74 

8,160.85 

4,076.81 

2,878.19 



3,616,878.00 $ 3,538,294.83 



78,583.17 $ 214,864.84 



A. L. Bowen Children's Center 

Federal Assistance Program Fund 

Operations 



Personal Services and Fringe 
Benefit Expenses of the 
Mental Health Trainee 
Staff Grant 



Non-Approp. 



8,813.35 



.00 $ 



1,629.43 



TABLE V (Continued) 
MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 



203 



A. L. Bowen Children's Center 

Mental Health Elementary And Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps< 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Title I Grant Thru OSPI Adm. 
of ESEA Grant for Parental 
Involvement in Educational 
Programs 



No Approp. 



28,269.91 



.00 $ 



4,312.93 



L. Bowen Children's Center 
U S Mental Health Fund 
Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



14,400.00 $ 



5,314.07 



9,085.93 $ 



1,868.35 



A. L. Bowen Children's Center 

Vocational & Technical Education Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary & Contingent 
Expenses 



31,300.00 $ 



17,156.96 



14,143.04 $ 



125.53 



Dixon State School 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



17,574,600.00 $ 17,566,917.02 



1,086,430.00 

621,700.00 

945,300.00 

10,600.00 

1,968,400.00 

10,100.00 

160,100.00 

62,600.00 

71,100.00 



1,084,625.54 

618,825.07 

941,698.32 

10,040.64 

1,934,401.98 

9,944.48 

153,416.16 

61,991.33 

70,342.77 



22,510,930.00 $ 22,452,203.31 

Dixon State School 

Federal Assistance Program Fund 

Operations 



7,682.98 
1,804.46 
2,874.93 
3,601.68 

559.36 
33,998.02 

155.52 
6,683.84 

608.67 

757.23 



835,790.25 
51,851.94 
30,465.29 

113,107.86 
2,050.06 

121,742.70 

6.93 

58,585.54 

14,527.85 

16,113.27 



58,726.69 $ 1,244,241.69 



Personal Services and Fringe 
Benefit Expenses of the 
Mental Health Trainee Staff 
Grant 



Non-Approp. 



17,642.13 



.00 $ 



3,027.43 



204 



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MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 



Dixon State School 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Ordinary & Contingent 
Expenses 



308,200.00 $ 



230,695.14 



77,504.86 $ 



16,368.30 



Dixon State School 

U S Mental Health Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



707,300.00 



395,361.14 



311,938.86 $ 



1,687.60 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



Dixon State School 

Vocational & Technical Education Fund 

Operations 



10,000.00 $ 



9,989.76 



William W- Fox Children's Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



10.24 $ 



6,998.46 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



2,767,600.00 $ 

176,075.00 

83,600.00 

120,200.00 

4,100.00 

226,400.00 

2,500.00 

46,600.00 

12,000.00 

6,000.00 



2,766,925.68 

174,267.61 

81,886.89 

109,232.58 

2,692.36 

185,256.09 

1,664.89 

36,849.13 

10,092.08 

2,646.55 



674.32 
1,807.39 
1,713.11 

10,967.42 
1,407.64 

41,143.91 

835.11 

9,750.87 

1,907.92 

3,353.45 



3,445,075.00 $ 3,371,513.86 



73,561.14 $ 



131,746.74 

8,329.10 

4,053.84 

27,089.69 

782.79 

26,164.11 

617.84 

23,624.02 

3,786.80 

703.82 

226,898.75 



William W. Fox Children's Center 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



60,000.00 $ 



46,008.00 



13,992.00 $ 



7,689.23 



William A. Howe Development Center 
General Revenue Fund 
Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services. . 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 



> 3,615,300.00 $ 


3,117,988.37 $ 


497,311.63 $ 


238,182.2? 


190,579.00 


190,394.58 


184.42 


14,104.44 


157,100.00 


157,100.00 


.00 


12,102.80 


583,900.00 


562,846.56 


21,053.44 


137,317.05 


6,000.00 


5,640.34 


359.66 


1,510.05 


167,600.00 


159,426.21 


8,173.79 


24,937.48 


6,200.00 


870.57 


5,329.43 


131.86 


37,600.00 


31,873.89 


5,726.11 


15,735.86 


50,800.00 


50,799.10 


.90 


30,767.82 


B, 900. 00 


8,013.17 


886.83 


1,349.38 


$ 4,823,979.00 $ 


4,284,952.79 $ 


539,026.21 $ 


476,138.97 



TABLE V (Continued) 
MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 



205 



William A. Howe Development Center 
General Revenue Fund 
Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Maintenance and Travel 
for Aided Persons 



1,000.00 $ 



57.40 



942.60 $ 



57.40 



Kankakee State Hospital 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



9,657,700.00 $ 9,613,711.90 



618,104.00 

313,200.00 

876,200.00 

4,000.00 

940,900.00 

5,000.00 

123,500.00 

69,100.00 

30,000.00 



604,260.22 

303,592.03 

868,958.11 

2,622.01 

929,445.63 

4,975.57 

99,028.62 

68,798.15 

29,827.53 



43,988.10 

13,843.78 

9,607.97 

7,241.89 

1,377.99 

11,454.37 

24.43 

24,471.38 

301.85 

172.47 



12,637,704.00 $ 12,525,219.77 $ 



112,484.23 $ 



450,684.30 

28,421.02 

15,276.48 

171,645.28 

971.52 

89,870.30 

1,285.74 

91,131.23 

19,566.35 

5,715.38 

874,567.60 



Kankakee State Hospital 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Maintenance and Travel for 
Aided Persons 



1,000.00 $ 



136.65 



863.35 $ 



6.00 



Personal Services and Fringe 
Benefit Expenses of the 
CETA Trainees Program 



Kankakee State Hospital 

Federal Assistance Program Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp . 



4,263. It 



,00 $ 



Kankakee State Hospital 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



573.77 



Title I Grant Thru OSPI Adm. 
of ESEA Grant for Indivi- 
dualized Instruction for 
Mental Growth 



No Approp . 



3,596.92 



00 $ 



429.73 



Kankakee State Hospital 

Vocational & Technical Education Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



25,000.00 $ 



19,367.44 



5,632.56 $ 



4,168.36 



206 



TABLE V (Continued) 
MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 



Lincoln State School 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



16,365,232.00 

1,004,703.00 

571,200.00 

320,300.00 

7,000.00 

2,349,500.00 

6,500.00 

184,500.00 

50,000.00 

52,000.00 



16,360,054.87 

1,001,838.11 

569,254.94 

294,831.65 

3,620.53 

2,309,604.49 

6,333.37 

179,786.11 

48,952.12 

46,968.04 



5,177.13 
2,864.89 
1,945.06 

25,468.35 
3,379.47 

39,895.51 

166.63 

4,713.89 

1,047.88 

5,031.96 



793,393.33 

48,695.46 

28,775.49 

40,981.15 

98.17 

185,447.87 

338.59 

50,198.25 

18,187.80 

8,112.93 



20,910,935.00 $ 20,821,244.23 



89,690.77 $ 1,174,229.04 



Lincoln State School 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Maintenance and Travel for 
Aided Persons 



1,400.00 $ 



387.28 



1,012.72 $ 



Personal Services and Fringe 
Benefit Expenses of the 
Mental Health Trainee Staff 
Grant 



Lincoln State School 

Federal Assistance Program Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp 



407.34 



.00 $ 



Lincoln State School 
Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 
Operations 



407.34 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses , 



150,000.00 $ 



111,833.56 



21,347.09 



Lincoln State School 

U S Mental Health Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses , 



182,000.00 $ 



149,870.69 



10,308.51 



Lincoln State School 

Vocational & Technical Education Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses , 



40,000.00 $ 



35,155.50 



4,844.50 $ 



6,049.36 



Elizabeth Ludeman Mental Retardation Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions. 



5,109,500.00 $ 5,052,983.65 



56,516.35 $ 455,787.52 



TABLE V (Continued) 
MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 



207 



Elizabeth Ludeman Mental Retardation Center 

General Revenue Fund (Concluded) 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



326,758.00 

278,100.00 

1,300,200.00 

4,700.00 

164,100.00 

5,100.00 

31,800.00 

47,500.00 

15,600.00 _ 

7,283,358.00 $ 



316,941.59 

278,002.09 

1,291,274.05 

3,369.88 

139,922.54 

3,174.59 

26,985.18 

46,533.71 

7,973.45 

7,167,160.73 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



9,816.41 

97.91 

8,925.95 

1,330.12 

24,177.46 

1,925.41 

4,814.82 

966.29 

7,626.55 



116,197.27 $ 



28,532.21 

24,549.65 

203,128.36 

948.89 

16,229.95 

116.05 

24,752.89 

9,280.22 

1,688.87 

765,014.61 



Elizabeth Ludeman Mental Retardation Center 

Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



100,000.00 $ 



89,001.63 



10,998.37 $ 



6,005.78 



Elizabeth Ludeman Mental Retardation Center 

U S Mental Health Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



15,900.00 $ 



13,438.97 



2,461.03 $ 



4,753.34 



Warren G. Murray Children's Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



6,549,100.00 $ 

419,143.00 

232,600.00 

338,100.00 

4,800.00 

941,500.00 

4,700.00 

59,900.00 

30,400.00 

19,400.00 



6,542,828.82 

409,991.51 

230,215.93 

330,565.79 

3,641.70 

923,514.07 

4,066.40 

45,703.77 

27,865.73 

16,467.38 



6,271.18 $ 

9,151.49 

2,384.07 

7,534.21 

1,158.30 

17,985.93 

633.60 

14,196.23 

2,534.27 

2,932.62 



310,763.44 

19,490.01 

11,471.35 

33,584.65 

620.65 

82,132.51 

457.22 

11,514.28 

6,819.60 

1,578.53 



1,599,643.00 $ 8,534,861.10 



64,781.90 $ 



478,432.24 



Warren G. Murray Children's Center 

Federal Assistance Program Fund 

Operations 



Personal Services and Fringe 
Benefit Expenses of the Men- 
tal Health Trainee Staff 
Grant 



Non-Approp . 



1,691.61 



.00 $ 



307.57 



208 



TABLE V (Continued) 
MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Continued) 



Warren G. Murray Children's Center 
Mental Health Elementary and Secondary Education Act Fund 
Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Title I Grant thru OSPI Adm. 
of ESEA Grant for Transition 
Training for Community 
Placement 



No Approp. 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



70,098.70 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



.00 $ 



13,129.73 



Warren G. Murray Children's Center 
Vocational & Technical Education Fund 
Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses , 



20,000.00 



18,719.05 



1,280.95 $ 



3,969.16 



Waukegan Developmental Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 1,133,000.00 $ 1,055,730.08 

Contribution Retirement 67,212.00 67,084.80 

Contribution Social Security. 52,300.00 52,094.48 

Contractual Services 408,600.00 338,372.39 

Travel 8,400.00 7,954.33 

Commodities 218,200.00 197,042.98 

Printing 8,000.00 7,150.50 

Telecommunications Services.. 30,000.00 20,771.15 

Operation Automotive Equipment 9,000.00 7,833. 19 

Total $ 1,934,712.00 $ 1,754,033.90 



77,269.92 $ 

127.20 

205.52 

70,227.61 

445.67 

21,157.02 

849.50 

9,228.85 

1,166.81 



88,372.73 
5,500.77 
4,652.63 

98,830.70 
3,853.60 

38,421.34 
3,103.19 
6,864.71 
1,879.12 



180,678.10 $ 251,478.79 



Illinois Mental Health Institutes 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing... 
Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



11,791,678.00 $ 11,767,631.73 



24,046.27 $ 554,417.41 



754,988.00 

443,700.00 

1,179,000.00 

30,000.00 
560,700.00 

22,500.00 
112,700.00 
159,300.00 
247,000.00 

17,100.00 



735,581.28 
421,789.38 
,116,971.09 

29,867.18 
545,054.16 

22,478.70 

81,493.04 
155,226.25 
237,176.14 

15,564.44 



19,406.72 

21,910.62 

62,028.91 

132.82 

15,645.84 

21.30 

31,206.96 

4,073.75 

9,823.86 

1,535.56 



33,228.35 

19,615.89 

226,445.87 

3,686.74 

108,343.09 

2,359.39 

42,360.00 

30,319.55 

100,923.93 

3,035.96 



15,318,666.00 $ 15,128,833.39 



189,832.61 $ 1,124,736.18 



Illinois Mental Health Institutes 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Maintenance & Travel for 
Aided Persons 



2,000.00 $ 



1,998.80 



1.20 



.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (Concluded) 

Illinois Mental Health Institutes 

U S Mental Health Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



778,500.00 $ 



732,725.41 



45,774.59 $ 



115,052.97 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue Fund $ 

Permanent Improvements : 
General Revenue Fund 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Armory Rental Fund 

Total, Military and Naval $ 



*********************** 
MILITARY AND NAVAL 
Summary by Category and Fund 

3,810,724.00 $ 3,794,670.69 
318,000.00 223,980.67 



4,128,724.00 $ 4,018,651.36 



Non-Approp. 



27,832.28 



4,128,724.00 $ 4,046,483.64 

Office of the Adjutant General 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



16,053.31 $ 180,350.87 
94,019.33 223,980.67 



110,072.64 $ 404,331.54 



.00 



900.65 



110,072.64 $ 405,232.19 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodit ies 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing. . . 
Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



Expenses . 



347,500.00 $ 


347,444.24 $ 


55.76 $ 


1 


485.00 


22,238.00 


22,173.84 


64.16 




95.04 


10,300.00 


10,293.61 


6.39 




52.60 


8,200.00 


8,171.03 


28.97 




175.21 


5,000.00 


4,232.43 


767.57 




48.47 


7,200.00 


6,979.43 


220.57 




315.61 


2,200.00 


2,147.21 


52.79 




15.00 


2,900.00 


2,833.85 


66.15 




67.00 


53,100.00 


52,960.29 


139.71 


2 


,099.58 


13,500.00 


13,357.16 


142.84 


3 


,136.28 


12,500.00 


11,109.45 


1,390.55 




998.24 


J 484,638.00 $ 


481,702.54 $ 


2,935.46 $ 


8 


,488.03 



Office of the Adjutant General 

Armory Rental Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp. 



27,832.28 



.00 $ 



900.65 



210 



TABLE V (Continued) 
MILITARY AND NAVAL (Concluded) 



Armory and Office Building 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 

Total 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Rental of Armories from Il- 
linois Armory Board 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Total 



Permanent Improvements to 
Armories 



a 


182,900.00 


$ 


182,604.82 


$ 


295.18 


$ 


685.91 




11,705.00 




11,644.77 




60.23 




60.48 




7,800.00 




7,633.01 




166.99 




39.45 




41,000.00 




39,500.37 




1,499.63 




4,160.86 




6,000.00 




5,960.88 




39.12 




687.66 




200.00 




152.00 




48.00 




.00 




3.600.00 




3,262.67 




337.33 




1,174.73 


$ 


253,205.00 


$ 


250,758.52 


$ 


2,446.48 


$ 


6,809.09 



Illinois National Guard Armory Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



$ 


1,554,800.00 

98,968.00 

74,600.00 

537,480.00 


$ 


1,554,082.62 

98,965.94 

74,584.38 

537,265.41 


$ 




717.38 

2.06 

15.62 

214.59 


$ 


70,811.94 
4,492.54 
3,527.60 

46,749.47 




375,000.00 

183,800.00 

1,800.00 




375,000.00 

181,157.00 

1,746.96 




2 


.00 

,643.00 

53.04 




.00 

13,848.15 

272.13 


$ 


2,826,448.00 


$ 


2,822,802.31 


$ 


3 


,645.69 


$ 


139,701.83 



Illinois National Guard Armory Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



318,000.00 $ 



223,980.67 



94,019.33 $ 



Illinois National Guard Military Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



223,980.67 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 


$ 
$ 


100,200.00 $ 
6,213.00 
3,800.00 

12,200.00 
6,520.00 

19,600.00 
1,400.00 

81,500.00 

15,000.00 
246,433.00 $ 


97,542.02 
6,135.55 
3,728.25 

12,145.39 
6,069.31 

15,952.58 
1,339.97 

81,499.28 

14,994.97 
239,407.32 


$ 
$ 


2 
3 

7 


657.98 

77.45 

71.75 

54.61 

450.69 

,647.42 

60.03 

.72 

5.03 

,025.68 


$ 
$ 


1,900.15 
150.41 
116.41 

1,195.30 




15.55 




2,041.09 




544.84 


Telecommunications Services.. 
State Officers Candidate 


5,730.40 
13,657.77 


Total 


25,351.92 



********************** 



TABLE V (Continued) 
MINES AND MINERALS 



211 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue Fund. 



1,713,139.00 $ 



1,690,949.98 



22,189.02 $ 



125,053.91 



NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS 
Operations: 
Mines and Minerals Federal 
Trust Fund 



Total, Mines and Minerals. 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Rental to Illinois Building 

Authority 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 



Federal Coal Mine Health and 
Safety 



Non-Approp. 



78,830.63 



1,713,139.00 $ 



1,769,780.61 



General Office 
General Revenue Fund 
Operations 



00 



General Office 

Mines and Minerals Federal Trust Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp. 



78,830.63 



Land Reclamation 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



.00 $ 



9,457.56 



22,189.02 $ 134,511.47 





758,400.00 $ 


758,316.63 $ 


83.37 $ 


34,764.00 




47,171.00 


46,831.71 


339.29 


2,105.85 




24,760.00 


24,648.55 


111.45 


1,279.30 




30,500.00 


30,434.76 


65.24 


3,588.96 




66,400.00 


66,390.68 


9.32 


4,491.99 




32,200.00 


32,200.00 


.00 


.00 




12,900.00 


12,899.41 


.59 


1,685.46 




14,600.00 


14,561.49 


38.51 


10,667.57 




45,800.00 


45,513.50 


286.50 


16,410.26 




11,600.00 


11,348.74 


251.26 


1,855.64 




5,000.00 


4,963.06 


36.94 


144.95 


$ 


1,049,331.00 $ 


1,048,108.53 $ 


1,222.47 $ 


76,993.98 



9,457.56 



Regular Positions $ 137,500.00 $ 136,102.98 

Contribution Retirement 8,751.00 8,674.60 

Contribution Social Security. 5,285.00 5,194.68 

Contractual Services 5,000.00 4,873.21 

Travel 17,300.00 16,521.61 

Commodities 1,500.00 1,476.91 

Printing 2,000.00 1,976.83 

Equipment 4,000.00 3,916.66 

Telecommunications Services. . 2,500.00 1,915.95 

Operation Automotive Equipment 3,000.00 2,988.30 

Reclamation Pro j ects 18,000.00 14,674.78 

Total $ 204,836.00 $ 198,316.51 



1,397.02 $ 


9,100.26 


76.40 


582.42 


90.32 


431.41 


126.79 


252.27 


778.39 


2,780.03 


23.09 


93.75 


23.17 


1,925.00 


83.34 


3,916.66 


584.05 


204.37 


11.70 


878.15 


3,325.22 


.00 


6,519.49 $ 


20,164.32 



212 



TABLE V (Continued) 
MINES AND MINERALS (Concluded) 



Oil and Gas Conservation 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Expenses of Interstate Oil 
Compact Commission 

Total 



$ 


340,000.00 $ 


338,291.64 $ 


1,708.36 $ 


16,582.77 




21,872.00 


21,639.58 


232.42 


1,061.30 




10,900.00 


10,328.85 


571.15 


503.64 




9,200.00 


6,398.92 


2,801.08 


1,077.90 




59,000.00 


51,995.38 


7,004.62 


5,065.13 




2,000.00 


1,947.55 


52.45 


455.38 




5,000.00 


4,712.27 


287.73 


2,108.18 




1,000.00 


.00 


1,000.00 


.00 




5,000.00 


4,210.75 


789.25 


1,041.31 




5,000.00 


5,000.00 


.00 

14,447.06 $ 


.00 


$ 


458,972.00 $ 


444,524.94 $ 


27,895.61 



[********< 



:********* 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 

Road Fund 

Total , Operations 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue Fund 

Road Fund 

Total, Awards and Grants 

Total, Appropriated Funds 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

EEA Section 6 Fund 

Emergency Employment Act 

Fund 

High Impact Employment Fund. 
Intergovernmental Personnel 

Act Fund 

On-The-Job Training Fund.... 
Public Service Careers Fund. 
Group Insurance Premium Fund 

Total, Non-Appropriated Funds. 

Total, Personnel $ 



PERSONNEL 
Summary by Category and Fund 



37,264,162.00 $ 37,095,744.90 
5,217,518.00 5,174,290.41 



$ 168,417.10 $ 347,491.81 
43,227.59 62,106.59 



42,481,680.00 




42,270,035.31 


211,644.69 




409,598.40 


4,603,000.00 




4,602,431.30 


568.70 




96,125.63 


1,300,000.00 




1,279,960.77 


20,039.23 




168,982.29 


5,903,000.00 




5,882,392.07 


20,607.93 




265,107.92 


$ 48,384,680.00 


$ 


48,152,427.38 $ 


232,252.62 


$ 


674,706.32 


Non-Approp. 




50,613.85 


.00 




.00 


Non-Approp. 




1,528,271.20 


.00 




75,779.06 


Non-Approp. 




878,739.76 


.00 




14,270.37 


Non-Approp. 




479,158.37 


.00 




38,398.72 


Non-Approp. 




190,217.06 


.00 




31,690.01 


Non-Approp . 




438.00 


.00 




.00 


Non-Approp. 


$ 
$ 


2,144,924.64 
5,272,362.88 
53,424,790.26 $ 


.00 

.00 

232,252.62 


$ 
$ 


549,364.68 




709,502.84 


$ 48,384,680.00 


1,384,209.16 



TABLE V (Continued) 
PERSONNEL (Continued) 



213 



Administration 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 

Affirmative Action Program. . . 

Personnel Assistance Matching 

Program 

Total 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Total 



$ 


297,090.00 
20,684.00 
14,103.00 
35,200.00 
15,600.00 
2,400.00 
1,100.00 
20,000.00 
91,200.00 


$ 


297,020.71 
18,862.91 
11,968.76 
22,655.32 
15,595.43 
2,208.69 
291.26 
20,000.00 
90,193.09 


$ 


69.29 

1,821.09 

2,134.24 

12,544.68 

4.57 

191.31 

808.74 

.00 

1,006.91 


$ 


5,989.07 

369.90 

255.27 

2,466.94 

1,570.28 

246.87 

.00 

3,870.33 

12,450.11 




16,800.00 




12,670.32 




4,129.68 




3,968.72 


$ 


514,177.00 


$ 


491,466.49 


$ 


22,710.51 


$ 


31,187.49 




Administrati 

Road Fund 

Operations 


on 










$ 


63,310.00 
4,052.00 
2,965.00 
4,400.00 
4,485.00 


$ 
$ 


61,260.67 
3,817.43 
1,476.89 
4,250.53 
4,478.51 

75,284.03 


$ 
$ 


2,049.33 
234.57 

1,488.11 

149.47 

6.49 

3,927.97 


$ 

$ 


5,536.08 
352.54 
262.77 

5.25 
78.00 


$ 


79,212.00 


6,234.64 




Administration 

EEA Section 6 Fund 

Operations 











Expenses, 



Expenses. 



Expenses, 



Non-Approp. 



50,613.85 



Administration 

Emergency Employment Act Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp . 



1,528,271.20 



Administration 

High Impact Employment Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp. 



878,739.76 



Administration 

Intergovernmental Personnel Act Fund 

Operations 



.00 



.00 $ 



,00 $ 



.00 



75,779.06 



14,270.37 



Expenses, 



Non-Approp. 



479,158.37 



,00 $ 



38,398.72 



TABLE V (Continued) 
PERSONNEL (Continued) 

Administration 

Public Service Careers Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenses , 



Non-Approp. 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



438.00 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



.00 



.00 



Management Services for Minority and Disadvantaged Croups 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services , 

Travel 

Commodities , 

Printing 

Equipment , 

Telecommunications Services. 

Total , 



$ 


155,000.00 $ 


135,069.04 $ 


19,930.96 $ 


7,462.50 




9,920.00 


8,642.06 


1,277.94 


477.60 




7,440.00 


5,959.11 


1,480.89 


334.65 




67,540.00 


60,249.07 


7,290.93 


3,734.21 




10,651.00 


4,421.32 


6,229.68 


904.79 




3,000.00 


1,882.34 


1,117.66 


84.61 




3,000.00 


2,366.56 


633.44 


883.56 




2,000.00 


776.05 


1,223.95 


.00 




14,000.00 
272,551.00 $ 


10,617.12 


3,382.88 


3,169.61 


$ 


229,982.67 $ 


42,568.33 $ 


17,051.53 



Management Services for Minority and Disadvantaged Groups 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Contractual Services. 



50,000.00 



49,099.65 



900.35 $ 



6,423.00 



Agency Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services. . 

Total 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Total 



$ 


2,397,790.00 

161,364.00 

82,394.00 

6,400.00 

23,900.00 

100.00 

7,700.00 


$ 


2, 


397,423.57 

153,242.65 

75,392.79 

6,323.95 

23,887.32 

.00 

6,086.14 


$ 


366.43 

8,121.35 

7,001.21 

76.05 

12.68 

100.00 

1,613.86 


$ 


108,445.15 
6,918.74 
3,621.00 
790.25 
2,059.59 
.00 
1,396.77 


$ 


2,679,648.00 


$ 


2, 


662,356.42 


$ 


17,291.58 


$ 


123,231.50 




Agency Servi 

Road Func 

Operations 


ces 










$ 


475,322.00 

30,421.00 

22,223.00 

1,100.00 

6,500.00 


$ 




468,752.19 

29,938.66 

17,671.27 

1,090.54 

5,190.42 


$ 


6,569.81 

482.34 

4,551.73 

9.46 

1,309.58 


$ 


26,579.72 

1,678.67 

1,056.05 

.00 

326.90 


$ 


535,566.00 


$ 




522,643.08 


$ 


12,922.92 


$ 


29,641.34 



TABLE V (Continued) 
PERSONNEL (Continued) 



215 



Agency Services 

On-The-Job Training Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



rain Upgrade People 

orrectional Staff Training. 



Total. 



Non-Approp . 
Non-Approp, 



56,518.10 
133,698.96 



190,217.06 



Systems and Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



.00 .00 

.00 $ 31,690.01 



.00 $ 



31,690.01 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 
State Contribution for Group 

Insurance 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 





592,500.00 


$ 


592,417.57 $ 


82.43 $ 


28,243.74 




38,928.00 




37,357.86 


1,570.14 


1,790.65 




20,800.00 




19,830.89 


969.11 


1,021.71 


31 


124,000.00 




31,124,000.00 


.00 


.00 




50,900.00 




46,580.09 


4,319.91 


8,378.05 




6,900.00 




5,151.16 


1,748.84 


755.94 




23,000.00 




20,258.34 


2,741.66 


3,063.93 




26,200.00 




26,013.80 


186.20 


2,888.24 




600.00 




160.00 


440.00 


.00 




12,800.00 




10,903.75 


1,896.25 


2,307.94 




5,000.00 




2,083.49 


2,916.51 


292.89 


$ 31 


,901,628.00 


$ 


31,884,756.95 $ 


16,871.05 $ 


48,743.09 




Systems 


and 


Services 








General 


Revenue Fund 








Awards and Grants 







ayment of Claims as Pro- 
vided by the Workmens Compen- 
sation Act or the Workmens 
Occupational Disease Act 



4,603,000.00 $ 4,602,431.30 $ 

Systems and Services 

Road Fund 

Operations 



568.70 $ 



96,125.63 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 
States Contribution for Group 

Insurance 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Total $ 



$ 


164,500.00 

10,515.00 

6,800.00 


$ 


164,453.72 

10,238.22 

2,852.10 


$ 


3 


46.28 
276.78 
947.90 


$ 


8 


,194.83 
513.65 
218.34 




4,164,000.00 
9,600.00 
1,700.00 




4,164,000.00 

9,530.37 

79.35 




1 


.00 

69.63 

,620.65 






.00 

111.90 

.00 


$ 


4,357,115.00 


$ 


4,351,153.76 


$ 


5 


,961.24 


$ 


9 


,038.72 




Systems and Services 

Road Fund 

Awards and Grants 















Payment of Claims as Pro- 
vided by the Workmens Comp- 
ensation act or the Workmens 
Occupational Disease Act $ 



1,300,000.00 $ 1,279,960.77 $ 



20,039.23 $ 168,982.29 



TABLE V (Continued) 
PERSONNEL (Continued) 

Systems and Services 

Group Insurance Premium Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Group Insurance Basic and 
Optional Payments 

Carriers Group Insurance 
Direct Payments 

Total 



Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp . 



1,745,848.68 

399,075.96 

2,144,924.64 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



.00 
.00 


$ 


463,833.96 
85,530.72 


.00 


$ 


549,364.68 



Systems and Services, Electronic Data Processing 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 

Total 



$ 


349,525.00 $ 


342,376.21 


$ 


7,148.79 $ 


14 


,242.00 




22,365.00 


21,767.22 




597.78 




911.49 




16,390.00 


14,548.76 




1,841.24 




635.37 




208,800.00 


186,373.75 




22,426.25 


18 


,318.78 




3,000.00 


528.59 




2,471.41 




.00 




4,000.00 


3,502.18 




497.82 




861.03 




10,000.00 


9,907.13 




92.87 




.00 




1,000.00 


.00 




1,000.00 




.00 




4,900.00 


4,900.00 


$ 


.00 
36,076.16 $ 


35 


910.53 


$ 


619,980.00 $ 


583,903.84 


,879.20 



Systems and Services, Group Insurance Program 
General Revenue Fund 
Operations 



Regular Positions $ 124,300.00 $ 123,639.06 

Contribution Retirement 7,955.00 7,912.03 

Contribution Social Security. 6,300.00 4,566.26 

Contractual Services 31,449.00 30,774.58 

Travel 2,400.00 1,179.54 

Commodities 500.00 218.21 

Equipment 800.00 109.25 

Telecommunications Services.. 4,200.00 3,388.39 
Audit of Group Insurance 

Program and Carriers 20,000.00 20,000.00 

Total $ 197,904.00 $ 191,787.32 



$ 


660.94 

42.97 

1,733.74 


$ 


5 


,562.00 
355.97 
148.28 




674.42 




21 


,180.47 




1,220.46 






265.21 




281.79 






65.13 




690.75 






.00 




811.61 






482.63 




.00 


$ 


28 


.00 


$ 


6,116.68 


059.69 



Technical Services, Recruitment 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 343,000.00 $ 342,579.75 

Contribution Retirement 21,952.00 21,881.44 

Contribution Social Security. 15,200.00 14,324.87 

Contractual Services 8,400.00 8,305.98 

Travel 7,200.00 5,353.64 

Equipment 900.00 348.50 

Telecommunications Services.. 8,300.00 7,893.68 

Total $ 404,952.00 $ 400,687.86 



420.25 
70.56 

875.13 

94.02 

,846.36 

551.50 

406.32 



17,086.28 
1,069.38 
823.00 
1,614.85 
1,308.58 
.00 
2,375.73 



4,264.14 $ 



24,277.82 



TABLE V (Continued) 
PERSONNEL (Continued) 



217 



Technical Services, Recruitment 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 65,000.00 $ 51,040.01 

Contribution Retirement 4,160.00 3,257.53 

Contribution Social Security. 3,200.00 2,243.85 

Contractual Services 1,600.00 1,600.00 

Travel 1,400.00 1,289.58 

Total $ 75,360.00 $ 59,430.97 



13,959.99 

902.47 

956.15 

.00 

110.42 



220.41 
206.11 
139.13 
.00 
800.48 



15,929.03 $ 



4,366.13 



Technical Services, Classification 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Telecommunications Services.. 

Total 



$ 


210,800.00 


$ 


210,746.53 


$ 


53.47 


$ 


8,825.00 




13,559.00 




13,487.79 




71.21 




564.80 




10,300.00 




10,152.52 




147.48 




468.67 




4,200.00 




2,184.56 




2,015.44 




399.95 




5,000.00 




4,906.40 




93.60 




1,118.69 




4,400.00 




3,193.28 




1,206.72 




1,202.91 


$ 


248,259.00 


$ 


244,671.08 


$ 


3,587.92 


$ 


12,580.02 



Technical Services, Classification 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 40,000.00 $ 39,894.00 $ 

Contribution Retirement 2,860.00 2,553.24 

Contribution Social Security. 1,900.00 1,095.18 

Travel 1,000.00 995.65 _ 

Total $ 45,760.00 $ 44,538.07 $ 



106.00 

306.76 

804.82 

4.35 



1,221.93 $ 



,740.50 

111.39 

39.63 

276.21 



2,167.73 



Technical Services, Compensation 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services. . 

Total $ 



Regular Positions, 
State Retirement. . 



37,800.00 


$ 




36,477.00 


$ 


1,323.00 


$ 


1,879.00 


2,419.00 






2,334.56 




84.44 




120.26 


1,600.00 






1,374.88 




225.12 




81.58 


400.00 






317.37 




82.63 




127.52 


700.00 






160.65 




539.35 




.00 


800.00 






.00 




800.00 




.00 


1,900.00 






1,482.73 




417.27 




279.29 


45,619.00 


$ 




42,147.19 


$ 


3,471.81 


$ 


2,487.65 


Technical Services, Compensation 










Road 


Fund 












Operations 












7,200.00 


$ 




7,114.00 


$ 


86.00 




.00 


461.00 






455.29 




5.71 




.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
PERSONNEL (Continued) 

Technical Services, Compensation 

Road Fund (Concluded) 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Contribution Social Security. _ 
Total $ 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



.1.00 $ 



7,847.03 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



22.26 



,00 



Technical Services, Management and Organization Development 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Management Training Programs. 

Total 



$ 


143,700.00 
9,197.00 
7,000.00 
4,500.00 
1,700.00 
1,400.00 
2,000.00 


$ 


141,442.91 
9,009.28 
4,998.99 
4,485.14 
1,329.07 
887.42 
1,477.16 


$ 


2,257.09 
187.72 

2,001.01 

14.86 

370.93 

512.58 

522.84 


$ 


7 


,859.00 
502.98 
329.83 
26.83 
36.78 
557.22 
257.04 




15,000.00 


$ 


12,338.25 
175,968.22 


$ 


2,661.75 
8,528.78 


$ 


5 
15 


,532.34 


$ 


184,497.00 


,102.02 



Technical Services, Management and Organization Development 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security 

Total $ 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 

Total $ 



$ 


27,300.00 


$ 


26,833.00 


$ 


467.00 


$ 


2,090.50 




2,047.00 




1,717.32 




329.68 




133.79 




1,300.00 




1,153.94 




146.06 




119.66 


$ 


30,647.00 

Technical 
General 
Op 


$ 

Services 

Revenue 

erations 


29,704.26 

, Chicago 
Fund 


$ 


942.74 


$ 


2,343.95 


$ 


162,300.00 


$ 


159,527.62 


$ 


2,772.38 


$ 


6,194.89 




10,387.00 




10,199.21 




187.79 




396.47 




7,260.00 




6,691.20 




568.80 




259.43 




5,100.00 




5,064.48 




35.52 




841.01 




2,900.00 




244.35 




2,655.65 




.00 




1,100.00 




390.00 




710.00 




.00 




5,900.00 




5,900.00 




.00 




1,200.00 


$ 


194,947.00 


$ 


188,016.86 


$ 


6,930.14 


$ 


8,891.80 



TABLE V (Continued) 
PERSONNEL (Concluded) 

Technical Services, Chicago 

Road Fund 

Operations 



219 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security 
Contractual Services 

Total 



$ 


31,200.00 
2,297.00 
1,400.00 
1,000.00 

35,897.00 


$ 

$ 


30,398.66 

1,910.14 

1,288.64 

992.12 

34,589.56 


$ 


801.34 

386.86 

111.36 

7.88 


$ 
$ 


1,732.05 

79.68 

79.35 

.00 


$ 


$ 


1,307.44 


1,891.08 



********************* 



PUBLIC AID 

Summary by Category and Fund 

APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations : 

General Revenue Fund $ 129,093,832.00 $ 125,110,667.50 

Special Purposes Trust Fund. No Approp. 33,046,255.88 

Total, Operations 129,093,832.00 158,156,923.38 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue Fund 1,593,363,300.00 1,566,541,837.77 

Special Purposes Trust Fund. 1,125,000.00 969,430.33 

Special Purposes Trust Fund. No Approp . 155,965,681. 76 

Total, Awards and Grants 1,594,488,300.00 1,723,476,949.86 

Total, Appropriated Funds $1,723,582,132.00 $1,881,633,873.24 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

Medical Payment Fund Non-Approp. 72,927,395.77 

Public Assistance Recoveries 
Fund Non-Approp. 6,416,047.46 

Awards and Grants: 
Medical Payment Fund Non-Approp. 729,153,201.63 

Total, Non-Appropriated Funds. $ 808,496,644.86 

Total, Public Aid $1,723,582,132.00 $2,690,130,518.10 



$ 3,983,164.50 $ 10,949,341.34 
.00 1,807,191.90 



3,983,164.50 12,756,533.24 



26,821,462.23 6,905,036.55 

155,569.67 675,066.27 

.00 246,970.62 



26,977,031.90 



7,827,073.44 



30,960,196.40 $ 20,583,606.68 

.00 10,204,688.36 
.00 731,576.20 



.00 



1,313,521.51 



,00 $ 12,249,786.07 



30,960,196.40 $ 32,833,392.75 



220 



TABLE V (Continued) 
PUBLIC AID (Continued) 



Central Level Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 79,098,500.00 $ 78,564,534.77 

Contribution Retirement 5,062,332.00 4,986,283.43 

Contribution Social Security.. 3,732,500.00 2,700,696.04 

Contractual Services 9,670,100.00 9,518,262.71 

Travel 1,509,400.00 1,366,544.51 

Commodities 360,900.00 350,266.84 

Printing 429,000.00 428,081.36 

Equipment 662,000.00 609,777.47 

Electronic Data Processing 9,634,100.00 9,419,378.61 

Telecommunications Services. . . 2,548,500.00 2,447,697.92 

Operation Automotive Equipment 14,300.00 13,210.77 

Training Personnel 564,600.00 513,515.54 

Administer Food Stamp Program. 6,598,600.00 5,941,526.33 
Compensation of Assistant 
Attorneys General and Other 
Expenses Related to Enforce- 
ment Services 1,420,100.00 1,278,366.99 

Adult Training & Child Care... 7,788,900.00 6,972,524.21 

Total $ 129,093,832.00 $ 125,110,667.50 



533,965.23 $ 3,873,290.92 



76,048.57 
031,803.96 
151,837.29 
142,855.49 

10,633.16 
918.64 

52,222.53 

214,721.39 

100,802.08 

1,089.23 

51,084.46 
657,073.67 



141,733.01 
816,375.79 



243,677.58 

141,613.75 

733,993.74 

140,636.33 

18,725.19 

88,071.58 

62,609.43 

1,120,879.64 

763,023.65 

5,518.46 

41,853.39 

1,245,664.20 



145,406.12 
2,324,377.36 



3,983,164.50 $ 10,949,341.34 



Central Level Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Aid to Aged, Blind or 

Disabled $ 20,353,100.00 $ 19,810,549.31 

Aid to Aged Blind or Disabled. 5,000,000.00 4,680,977.07 

Aid to Aged Blind and Disabled 3,100,000.00 2,474,804.36 
Aid to Families with Dependent 

Children 660,604,500.00 657,463,723.97 

Aid to Dependent Children 47,800,000.00 35,172,627.25 

Medical Assistance 592,031,000.00 592,031,000.00 

Medical Assistance 43,378,400.00 43,378,400.00 

Medical Assistance 55,921,600.00 50,159,900.00 

General Assistance & Local 

Aid to Medically Indigent 120, 5<»5, snn.nn 120,595,500.00 

General Assistance & Local 

Aid to the Medically Indigent 25,003,600.00 25,003,600.00 

General Assistance 17,196,400.00 13,960,900.00 

Funeral & Burial Expenses of 

Deceased Recipients 2,004,200.00 1,434,855.81 

Individual and Family Grant 

Program 375,000.00 375,000.00 

Total $1,593,363,300.00 $1,566,541,837.77 



$ 542,550.69 


? 148,279.12 


319,022.93 


-84,489.40 


625,195.64 


-157,439.53 


3,140,776.03 


-1,335,003.14 


12,627,372.75 


-1,197,576.84 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


5,761,700.00 


8,738,300.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


3,235,500.00 


264,500.00 


569,344.19 


218,085.51 


.00 


310,380.83 



26,821,462.23 $ 6, 905, 036. :5 



■nt imu-ci) 

luded) 



221 



■ : tl l.i'Vfl ilpiT.lt ions 

Special Purposes Trust Fund 
Aw.ii >!s ami i rant i 



Apprr 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Central Level Operations 

Special Purposes Trust Fund 

Operations 



Individual n 
ProgrH $ 1,125,000.00 $ 969,430.33 

Cuban Refugee Prograr. 

Food Stamp Program 

Cook County General Assistance 

Administration 

AABD Conversion 

Model Cities and Local Effort 

Day Care Program 

WIN Child Care 

Refund of Excess Funds to HEW 

from Public Aid Trust 

For Administration, Manpower 

Training Costs of CETA, Title 

IV Contracts with Various 

City County Governmental Unit 

Total 

Cook County General Assist- 
ance Distributive No Approp. $ 155,965,681.76 

L Level 
:al Payn 
Operati 

MPF Other Expenses Non-Approp. $ 72,927,395.77 

Central Level Operations 

Medical Payment Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Medical Payment Non-Approp. $ 729,153,201.63 



No Approp. 

No Approp. 

No Approp. 

No Approp. 

No Approp. 

No Approp. 

No Approp. 



No Approp, 



$ 883,086.18 
2,316,780.51 

16,365,939.31 
98,203.71 

11,400,000.00 
93,999.96 

1,720,222.00 



168,024.21 



33,046,255. 



Central Level Operations 

Special Purposes Trust Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Central Level Operations 

Medical Payment Fund 

Operations 



155,569.67 $ 



,00 



00 $ 



675,066.27 



00 $ 


17 


726.68 


00 


714 


792.85 


00 


1,055 


904.64 


00 




.00 


00 




.00 


00 




.00 



.00 S 1,807,191.90 



246,970.62 



00 $ 10,204,688.36 



.00 $ 1,313,521.51 



Ceneral Level Operations 

Public Assistance Recoveries Fund 

Operations 



Distribution of Recoveries. 



Non-Approp. 



6,416,047.46 



.00 $ 



731,576.20 



********************** 



222 



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PUBLIC HEALTH 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



: ions : 

"er.erul Revenue Fund 

Alcohol is-. Treatment Pro- 



Alcoholism Treatment Pro- 



Emer; al Service 

Syster Fund 

Illinois Family Planning Fund 
Maternal and Child Health 

loes Fund 

-.re Program Fund 

Le Health Services Fund. 
..'onan and Infant Care 
Fund 

Total, Operations 

r;s and Grants: 

General Revenue Fund 

Hospital Construction Fund.. 
Maternal & Child Health 

Services Fund 

Public Health Services Fund. 
USDA Woman and Infant Care 

Fund 

Total, Awards and Grants 

Refunds: 
General Revenue Fund 

Total, Appropriated Funds 5 

NOR-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Lead Poisoning Prevention 

Fund 

Medical Review and Safety 

Code Inspection Fund 

Public Health Medicheck 
Progran Fund 

Awards and Grants: 
Accident Victims Fund 

Total, Non-Appropriated Funds. _ 

Total, Public Health S 



S 14,583,383.00 $ 


14,061,460.60 $ 




521,922.40 $ 


1 


119,786.06 


336,600.00 


336,240.58 




359.42 




9,572.01 


No Approp. 


82,450.00 




.00 




.00 


2,612,945.00 
1 129,268.00 


1,523,463.49 
60,654.65 


1 


089,481.51 
68,613.35 




632,819.82 
969.02 


884,310.00 

594,100.00 

4,635,353.00 


602,193.20 

529,219.74 

3,842,033.87 




282,116.80 

64,880.26 

793,319.13 




35,101.94 

34,234.68 

462,066.01 


70,104.00 


57,566.08 
21,095,282.21 


2 


12,537.92 
,833,230.79 




6,839.87 


23,846,063.00 


2 


,301,389.41 


8,410,100.00 
6,500,000.00 


6,687,939.84 
6,425,025.20 


1 


,722,160.16 

74,974.80 


1 


,920,844.38 
88,222.00 


15,234,275.00 
751,167.00 


12,327,774.02 
634,169.25 


2 


,906,500.98 
116,997.75 


3 


,225,439.61 
65,831.48 


4,056,896.00 


3,574,453.12 
29,649,361.43 




482,442.88 




850,246.74 


34,952,438.00 


5 


,303,076.57 


6 


,150,584.21 


4,600.00 


50.00 




4,550.00 




.00 



58,803,101.00 $ 50,744,693.64 $ 



Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 

Non-Approp. 



$ 13,500.00 
420,634.24 
740,438.53 

5.00 



140,857.36 $ 8,451,973.62 



.00 $ 13,500.00 
.00 55,952.88 
.00 38,072.00 



.00 



,00 



$ 1,174,577.77 _ 

,:01.00 $ 51,919,271.41 $ 



00 $ 



107,524.88 



140,857.36 $ 8,559,498.50 



TABLE V (Continued) 
PUBLIC HEALTH (Continued) 



223 



Management Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriation: 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



egular Positions $ 

ontribution Retirement 

ontribution Social Security. . 

ontractual Services 

ravel 

ommodities 

rinting 

iquipment 

lectronic Data Processing.... 
elecommunications Services... 
peration Automotive Equipment 
.eplacement of Supplies and 
Equipment Destroyed by Fire.. _ 



Total, 



Expenditures 
(Including Lap 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30. 

1975 



1,855,850.00 $ 1,833,320.84 



119,398.00 

61,220.00 

726,600.00 

47,800.00 

91,000.00 

44,300.00 

114,700.00 

186,935.00 

118,000.00 

16,700.00 



116,018.66 

52,016.88 

722,509.83 

47,505.26 

88,601.59 

35,366.07 

111,136.40 

132,445.04 

114,714.90 

9,424.04 



323,950.00 318,119.12 _ 

4,706,453.00 $ 4,581,178.63 $ 

Management Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



22,529.16 
3,379.34 
9,203.12 
4,090.17 
294.74 
2,398.41 
8,933.93 
3,563.60 

54,489.96 
3,285.10 
7,275.96 

5,830.88 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



125,274.37 $ 



85,488.97 
5,471.40 
2,697.42 

25,395.43 
7,291.88 
5,684.92 
5,346.27 

88,545.80 
146,045.88 

21,537.23 
440.06 

9,711.90 

403,657.16 



Itate Contribution to the Ohio 
River Valley Water Sanitation 
Commission 

lompensation of Employees and 
Vendors for Losses from Fire. 



11,100.00 $ 
21.400.00 _ 



Total, 



32,500.00 $ 



11,076.00 $ 
8,233.04 



19,309.04 



24.00 
13,166.96 



13,190.96 



Management Services 

Accident Victims Fund 

Awards and Grants 



?o Close Out Balance in 
Accident Victim's Fund. 



Non-Approp, 



5.00 



.00 



.00 



)rdinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



Management Services 
Maternal and Child Health Services Fund 
Operations 



884,310.00 $ 



602,193.20 



Management Services 
Maternal and Child Health Services Fund 
Awards and Grants 



282,116.80 $ 



35,101.94 



rants to Public And Private 
Health Agencies 



15,234,275.00 $ 12,327,774.02 

Management Services 

Public Health Services Fund 

Operations 



2,906,500.98 $ 3,225,439.61 



Drdinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



$ 4,635,353.00 $ 



3,842,033.87 



793,319.13 $ 462,066.01 



224 



TABLE V (Continued) 

PUBLIC HEALTH (Continued) 



Management Services 

Public Health Services Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



af t e r 



Exp- : ures 

.Jin;- ! apse 
• -d) 



Amo un t s 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



"rants to Public and Private 
:.-. Agencies 



751,167.00 



634,169.25 



116,997.75 $ 



65,831.48 






Management Services 

Public Health Medicheck Program Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp. 



740,438.53 



,00 $ 



38,072.00 



Consumer Health Protection 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions S 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

I 



Equipment 

maunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 
Implementation of the Mobile 
Home Safety Act _ 

Total S 



2,209,300.00 $ 2,182,594.83 



140,920.00 
83,423.00 
68,550.00 

186,600.00 
18,260.00 
29,000.00 
25,800.00 
2 7,000.00 
35,000.00 

70,000.00 



139,012.33 
79,813.31 
59.416.36 

166,884.12 
18,022.46 
25,930.46 
23,021.74 
24,207.46 
31,935.04 

53,343.41 



26,705.17 
1,907.67 
3,609.69 
9,133.64 

19,715.88 
237.54 
3,069.54 
2,778.26 
2,792.54 
3,064.96 

16^656.59 



2,893,853.00 $ 



2,804,181.52 



89,671.48 $ 



102,766.61 

6,577.06 

4,150.46 

12,993.15 

14,879.23 

5,640.56 

7,410.73 

12,937.80 

8,336.42 

4,648.93 

4,351.09 

184,692.04 



Consumer Health Protection 

Ceneral Revenue Fund 

Refunds 



Refunds S 



200.00 $ 



50.00 



150.00 



,00 



Expenses of Childhood Lead 
Poisoning Prevention Program. 



Consumer Health Protection 

Lead Poisoning Prevention Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp. 



13,500.00 



,00 $ 



13,500.00 



Health Facilities and Quality Care 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 



46,300.00 $ 


1,528,994.77 $ 


17 


,305.23 $ 


75,321.48 


98,963.00 


96,579.61 


2 


,383.39 


4,795.51 


72,700.00 


59,087.49 


13 


,612.51 


2,961.78 


92,000.00 


86,107.79 


5 


892.21 


21,441.65 


74,000.00 


173,991.48 




8.52 


12,299.79 


•.00 


4,891.90 




108.10 


275.81 


.00 


3,347.61 




652.39 


.00 


.00 


2,019.43 




480.57 


1,589.60 


18,000.00 


17,947.81 




52.19 


2,554.87 


.00 


2,310.78 


2 


,289.22 


471.76 



TABLE V (Continued) 
PUBLIC HEALTH (Continued) 

Health Facilities and Quality Care 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations (Concluded) 



225 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period^ 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Implementation of the Health 
Maintenance Organization Act, 



Total $ 



75,000.00 



34,865.63 



2,093,063.00 $ 2,010,144.30 $ 



40,134.37 



82,918.70 $ 



4,906.41 



126,618.66 



Health Facilities and Quality Care 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Care of Persons Suffering 
from Hemophilia 



465,000.00 $ 



335,270.34 



129,729.66 $ 



193,793.25 



Health Facilities and Quality Care 

Hospital Construction Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Grants for Hospital 
Construction 



6,500,000.00 $ 6,425,025.20 



74,974.80 $ 



,222.00 



Health Facilities and Quality Care 

Medicare Program Fund 

Operations 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



594,100.00 $ 



529,219.74 



64,880.26 $ 



34,234.68 



Health Facilities and Quality Care 

Medical Review and Safety Code Inspection Fund 

Operations 



Medical Review and Life Safety 
Code Inspections 



Non-Approp. 



420,634.24 



00 



55,952.88 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Operation Automotive Equipment 

Operation of the Central Die- 
tary Facility at the Murray 
Annex at Mt. Vernon 

Trauma Center Operations _ 

Total $ 



Health Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

1,488,200.00 $ 1,403,025.11 



95,245.00 
51,800.00 
94,800.00 
92,500.00 
100,700.00 
44,700.00 
14,000.00 
43,400.00 
8,400.00 



136,000.00 
250,000.00 



89,198.03 
44,068.28 
83,193.10 
84,791.40 
86,839.19 
20,336.25 
11,924.53 
42,702.69 
6,123.55 



120,477.63 
229,533.99 



85,174.89 
6,046.97 
7,731.72 

11,606.90 
7,708.60 

13,860.81 

24,363.75 

2,075.47 

697.31 

2,276.45 



15,522.37 
20,466.01 



68,786.84 

4,402.36 

2,157.28 

12,656.17 

11,617.98 

44,572.18 

5,761.19 

9,137.30 

11,924.16 

1,222.02 



14,446.21 
25,457.92 



2,419,745.00 $ 2,222,213.75 



197,531.25 $ 212,141.61 



226 



TABLE V (Continued) 
PUBLIC HEALTH (Continued) 

Health Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations T.dit.ures 

(Net after (Including Lapse 
Transfers) Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Care of Persons Suffering 

'hronic Renal Disease... $ 1,385,500.00 S 
Care of Premature and High 

Infants 1,724,400.00 

- ;al Preparations for Free 

tribution 362,700.00 

Grants for Tuberculosis 

Control 390 , 000 . 00 

Brants to Local Governments 

for Health Services 3,790,000.00 

Grants to Local Governments 
for Vision and Hearing 

Services 160,000.00 

Grants to Local Governments 
for Assistance to Newly 

- -- Health Departments.... 100,000.00 

Total $ 

Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses S 

Operations Expense USDA 
Woman and Infant Care $ 70,104.00 $ 

Grants USDA Woman and Infant 
Care $ 4,056,896.00 $ 

1 

Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

mmunications Services... 
Operation Automotlvt Equipment 

Total | 2,470,269.00 \ 



795,609.89 



1,296,048.23 



301,423.98 



314,411.56 



3,445,689.09 



158,735.10 



21,442.61 



7,912,600.00 $ 6,333,360.46 $ 

Health Services 

Emergency Medical Service System Fund 

Operations 



2,612,945.00 $ 1,523,463.49 

Health Services 

! S D A Woman and Infant Care Fund 

Operations 



57,566.08 

Health Services 
D A Woman and Infant Care Fund 
Awards and Grants 



3,574,453.12 $ 

Public Health Hospitals and Clinics 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



1,848,500.00 

117,369.00 

53,500.00 

192, 100.00 

1,'iOO.OO 

202,600.00 

6,100.00 

14,000.00 

31,400.00 

3,400.00 



1,848,457.47 

116,986.62 

52,462.75 

187,285.85 

1,2 36.08 

192,230.94 

1,368.90 

11,679.55 

26,945.95 

3.088.29 

2,443,742.40 



589,890.11 $ 359,655.12 

428,351.77 478,992.90 

61,276.02 22,198.29 

75,588.44 115,716.46 

344,310.91 723,555.28 

1,264.90 11,364.76 

78.557.39 15,568.32 



1,579,239.54 $ 1,727,051.13 



1,089,481.51 $ 



12,537.92 $ 



42.53 $ 

382.38 

1,037.25 

4,814.15 

63.92 

10,369.06 

2,731.10 

2,320.45 

4,454.05 

311.71 



632,819.82 



6,839.87 



850,246.74 



96,637.11 
5,401.43 
2,554.35 

21,715.87 
117.65 

45,448.54 

1,868.70 

9,429.62 

9,033.42 

469.90 



26,526.60 $ 



192,676.59 



TABLE V (Continued) 
PUBLIC HEALTH (Concluded) 



227 



Public Health Hospitals and Clinics 

General Revenue Fund 

Refunds 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Refunds $ 4,400.00 

Ordinary and Contingent 

Expenses $ 

To Reimburse for Duplicate 

Payment 

Total $ 336,600.00 $ 

Put 

Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses $ 129,268.00 $ 



00 



Public Health Hospitals and Clinics 

Alcoholism Treatment Program Fund 

Operations 



336,600.00 $ 
No Approp. 



336,240.58 

82,450.00 

418,690.58 



Public Health Hospitals and Clinics 

Illinois Family Planning Fund 

Operations 



60,654.65 



4,400.00 



.00 



359.42 $ 9,572.01 
.00 .00 



359.42 $ 9,572.01 



68,613.35 $ 



969.02 



********************* 

REGISTRATION AND EDUCATION 

Summary By Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue Fund $ 

Permanent Improvements: 
General Revenue Fund 

Refunds: 
General Revenue Fund _ 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Registration & Education 
Comprehensive Training 

Fund 

Real Estate Recovery Fund. . . _ 

Total, Non-Appropriated Funds. 

Total, Registration and 
Education $ 



12,384,262.00 $ 

110,000.00 

17,800.00 



12,159,046.03 



34,393.00 



17,460.50 



12,512,062.00 $ 12,210,899.53 $ 



Non- Approp. 
Non- Approp. 



3,163.98 

20,206.67 



23,370.65 



225,215.97 $ 750,508.10 
75,607.00 10,510.00 



339.50 



1,009.00 



301,162.47 $ 762,027.10 



.00 445.63 

.00 19,631.67 



.00 $ 20,077.30 



12,512,062.00 $ 12,234,270.18 



301,162.47 $ 782,104.40 



228 



TABLE V (Continued) 
REGISTRATION AND EDUCATION (Continued) 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Rental to Illinois Building 

Authority 

Commodities 

Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 



s 


142,000.00 $ 


140,916.93 $ 


1,083.07 


$ 


5 


771.00 




8,680.00 


8,666.73 


13.27 






369.34 




4,250.00 


4,091.57 


158.43 






149.78 




5,650.00 


5,584.94 


65.06 






.00 




4,200.00 


4,188.33 


11.67 






.00 




402,700.00 


402,645.00 


55.00 






.00 




750.00 


739.30 


10.70 






.00 




330.00 


328.04 


1.96 






.00 




12,770.00 


10,720.14 


2,049.86 




6 


,271.29 


$ 


581,330.00 $ 


577,880.98 $ 


3,449.02 


$ 


12 


,561.41 



General Office 

Real Estate Recovery Fund 

Operations 



-eal estate Brokerage and 
Sales License Act I 



Non-Approp. 



20,206.67 



.00 $ 



19,631.67 



Museums 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions S 938,100.00 $ 

Contribution Retirement 59,885.00 

Contribution Social Security.. 36,260.00 

Contractual Services 104,400.00 

Travel 6,300.00 

Co«)dities 36,600.00 

Printing 37,700.00 

Equipment 9, 300. 00 

Telecommunications Services... 10,370.00 

Operation Automotive Equipment 3,800.00 
Purchase of Illinois Art by 

Illinois Artists 5,000.00 

Commissioning a Portrait of 

Richard B. Ogilivie 2,500.00 _ 

Total S 1,250,215.00 $ 



937,980.59 

59,871.89 

36,224.60 

96,779.87 

5,733.57 

26,710.34 

35,900.41 

9,019.19 

9,727.38 

3,287.45 

5,000.00 

.00 



1,226,235.29 



119.41 $ 


18,398.02 


13.11 


1,177.48 


35.40 


852.88 


7,620.13 


12,269.70 


566.43 


1,817.73 


9,889.66 


3,932.94 


1,799.59 


11,953.48 


280.81 


116.81 


642.62 


2,222.64 


512.55 


598.66 


.00 


335.00 


2,500.00 


.00 


23,979.71 $ 


53,675.34 



Museums 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Repairs to Dickson Mounds 
Museum Building to Correct 
Structural Faults and Re- 
pair of Water Damage $ 



Regular Positions 

Ibutlon Ratlre»ent 



110,000,00 $ 34,393. 

Professional Supervision 
ral Revenue Fund 
Oper.i' 



.00 $ 
4,947.00 



78,469.87 
4,920.96 



75,607.00 $ 



5.13 
26.04 



10,510.00 



3,499.83 
223.99 



r 



TABLE V (Continued) 
REGISTRATION AND EDUCATION (Continued) 



229 



Professional Supervision (Concluded) 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Registration 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Contribution Social Security. 




3,300.00 




3,239.05 




60.95 


118.41 






750.00 
900.00 
375.00 




741.96 
895.11 
351.49 




8.04 

4.89 

23.51 


54.00 




.00 


Commodities 


.00 


Total 


$ 


88,747.00 


$ 


88,618.44 


« 


128.56 $ 


3,896.23 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. . 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Travel for Administering the 
Illinois Land Sales Act 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing.... 

Telecommunications Services... 

Operation Automotive Equipment 

Examining Committee Expenses.. 

Expenses in Securing and Pre- 
paring Evidence 

Weather Modification Control 
Act _ 

Total $ 



2,660,832.00 $ 
168,273.00 
115,320.00 
305,075.00 
187,000.00 

25,000.00 
29,000.00 
24,800.00 
12,200.00 

299,300.00 

78,300.00 

3,000.00 

420,700.00 

14,000.00 

15,000.00 

4,357,800.00 $ 



2,651,664.43 
168,265.14 
115,151.81 
301,597.03 
186,982.69 

13,477.71 

28,967.02 

23,570.55 

7,165.92 

273,539.53 

77,977.92 

2,949.99 

420,631.04 

13,991.17 

14,987.93 

4,300,919.88 



9 


167.57 $ 


143,987.94 




7.86 


9,066.75 




168.19 


6,655.28 


3 


477.97 


62,433.72 




17.31 


24,008.55 


11 


522.29 


9,709.64 




32.98 


9,969.52 


1 


229.45 


6,145.16 


5 


034.08 


961.74 


25 


760.47 


54,042.51 




322.08 


32,375.63 




50.01 


1.77 




68.96 


115,294.84 




8.83 


.00 




12.07 


.00 


56 


880.12 $ 


474,653.05 



Registration 

General Revenue Fund 

Refunds 



Refunds. 



17,800.00 $ 



17,460.50 



339.50 $ 



1,009.00 



Registration 

Registration and Education Comprehensive Training Fund 

Operations 



Expenses Pursuant to Title VI 
Comprehensive Employment 
Training Act 



Non-Approp. 



3,163.98 



.00 $ 



445.63 



TABLE V (Continued) 
REGISTRATION AND EDUCATION (Concluded) 

State Geological Survey 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 






Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



7 ec_lar Positions S 

r Contributions to the 
rement Syster.. 

Lees 



Commodities 

Printing 

7: -_i — ent 

^tions Services. . . 
- >n Automotive Equipment 

Topographic Surveys 

search 

Total 



s 


2,251,200.00 $ 


2,205,111.86 $ 


46,088.14 $ 


7,753.05 




108,374.00 


108,374.00 


.00 


.00 




70,000.00 


66,297.67 


3,702.33 


8,200.57 




42,600.00 


35,797.83 


6,802.17 


5,570.91 




58,000.00 


57,996.09 


3.91 


6,671.33 




29,000.00 


28,998.19 


1.81 


20,090.44 




29,200.00 


28,894.92 


305.08 


12,797.98 




21,100.00 


19,445.09 


1,654.91 


3,877.45 




15,000.00 


14,961.39 


38.61 


4,022.85 




35,000.00 


35,000.00 


.00 


.00 




31,500.00 


31,497.60 


2.40 


1,163.45 


$ 


2,690,974.00 $ 


2,632,374.64 $ 


58,599.36 $ 


70,148.03 



State Natural History 

General Re\ nue Fund 

Operations 



- Positions 

-r Contributions to the 
etirement System. 

Contractual Services 









Electronic Data Processing.... 
Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 



ir Positions $ 

Employer Contributions to the 
-sity Retirement System. 

Contractual Services 



Commodities 



Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 
Stream Gauging 

Total 



$ 


1,471,800.00 


$ 


1 


451,178.80 $ 


20,621.20 $ 


7,527.74 




70,326.00 






70,326.00 


.00 


5,710.00 




39,854.00 






39,840.76 


13.24 


6,921.27 




11,752.00 






11,751.30 


.70 


1,806.04 




30,000.00 






29,999.28 


.72 


1,812.34 




16,000.00 






15,889.35 


110.65 


11,743.63 




26,200.00 






13,644.91 


12,555.09 


1,938.89 




2,000.00 






1,998.67 


1.33 


396.81 




25,900.00 






25,899.19 


.81 


10,814.21 




20,494.00 






20,407.77 


86.23 


11,262.27 


s 


1,714,326.00 


$ 


1 


680,936.03 $ 


33,389.97 $ 


59,933.20 




State 


s'ater 


Survey 








General 


Re\ enue Fund 








Operations 






s 


1,384,000.00 


$ 


1 


344,813.74 $ 


39,186.26 $ 


4,090.55 




65,170.00 






65,170.00 


.00 


.00 




68,100.00 






62,496.09 


5,603.91 


22,723.18 




16,700.00 






15,986.84 


713.16 


2,000.63 




18,500.00 






17,280.10 


1,219.90 


3,169.19 




12,100.00 






11,631.92 


468.08 


5,193.01 




24,600.00 






23,629.78 


970.22 


13,377.44 




20,300.00 






19,776.23 


523.77 


3,674.25 




23,800.00 






23,696.07 


103.93 


8,143.13 




67,600.00 






67,600.00 


.00 


13,269.46 


s 


,470.00 


$ 


1 


652,080.77 $ 


48,789.23 $ 


75,640.84 




******** 


***** 


** 


******* 







TABLE V (Continued) 
REVENUE 



231 



Summary By Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue Fund. 
Motor Fuel Tax Fund.. 
State Lottery Fund... 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



30,565,218.00 
2,598,909.00 
6,653,209.00 



$ 29,451,623.39 
2,546,014.38 
6,328,215.87 



1,113,594.61 

52,894.62 

324,993.13 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



$ 2,162,914.78 

150,508.89 

1,008,687.65 



Total, Operations. 



39,817,336.00 



38,325,853.64 



1,491,482.36 



3,322,111.32 



Awards and Grants: 
General Revenue Fund. 
State Lottery Fund... 



69,000,000.00 
57,000,000.00 



40,395,833.89 
28,924,360.00 



28,604,166.11 15,516,647.81 
28,075,640.00 2,971,508.00 



Total, Awards and Grants. 



126,000,000.00 



69,320,193.89 



56,679,806.11 



18,488,155.81 



Refunds : 
General Revenue Fund. 
Motor Fuel Tax Fund.. 



134,763,798.73 
20,000,000.00 



134,365,628.90 
19,112,787.01 



398,169.83 13,994,160.08 
887,212.99 2,883,397.05 



Total, Refunds. 



154,763,798.73 



153,478,415.91 



1,285,382.82 16,877,557.13 



Total, Appropriated Funds $ 320,581,134.73 $ 261,124,463.44 



59,456,671.29 $ 38,687,824.26 



NON- APPROPRIATED: 
Operations: 
Illinois Tourism Promotion 
Fund 

Tax Suspense Trust Fund.... 



Non-Approp . 
Non-Approp . 



1,345,711.07 
28,082.75 



.00 
.00 



97,745.45 
4,830.15 



Awards and Grants: 

County Retailers Occupation 
Tax Fund Non-Approp. 25,091,288.22 

Municipal Retailers Occupa- 
tion Tax Fund Non-Approp. 298,887,410.66 



2,029.79 
5,158.68 



Refunds: 
County Retailers Occupation 

Tax Refund Non-Approp . 

Municipal Retailers Occu- 
pation Tax Fund Non-Approp . 



21,431.77 
60,659.60 



377.84 
1,217.05 



Total, Non-Appropriated Funds. 



$ 325,434,584.07 



.00 $ 



111,358.96 



Total, Revenue $ 320,581,134.73 $ 586,559,047.51 $ 59,456,671.29 $ 38,799,183.22 



:_-: 



TABLE V (Continued) 
REVENUE (Continued) 



Administration 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

CoTTTTvdities 

Printing 

eat 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 



$ 


512,500.00 $ 


496,592.37 $ 


15,907.63 $ 


21,885.99 




32,800.00 


31,732.10 


1,067.90 


1,441.92 




24,076.00 


18,763.32 


5,312.68 


852.73 




174,000.00 


170,596.18 


3,403.82 


3,692.42 




20,000.00 


16,172.03 


3,827.97 


1,983.62 




5,500.00 


4,614.64 


885.36 


193.01 




5,000.00 


1,279.82 


3,720.18 


7.20 




7,000.00 


5,396.94 


1,603.06 


473.66 




5,000.00 


4,936.90 


63.10 


4,936.90 




2,000.00 


1,988.29 


11.71 


10.87 


$ 


787,876.00 $ 


752,072.59 $ 


35,803.41 


35,478.32 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Equipment 

Total 



Expenses. 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Con^odities 

Printing 



Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total J 



Administration 

Motor Fuel Tax - State Fund 

Operations 



$ 165,700.00 


$ 


163,202.48 $ 


2,497.52 


$ 


7,263.02 


10,605.00 




10,389.66 


215.34 




464.65 


8,570.00 




8,452.87 


117.13 




424.86 


12,000.00 




2,756.64 


9,243.36 




312.67 


200.00 




.00 


200.00 




.00 


$ 197,075.00 


$ 


184,801.65 $ 


12,273.35 


$ 


8,465.20 


Administration 








Illinois Tourism Promotion Fund 








Operations 










Non-Approp. 


$ 1, 
Legal 


345,711.07 


.00 


$ 


97,745.45 


General 


Revenue 


Fund 








Op 


erat ions 










$ 893,300.00 


$ 


794,485.18 $ 


98,814.82 


$ 


42,297.15 


57,171.00 




50,535.21 


6,635.79 




2,666.07 


42,000.00 




25,539.74 


16,460.26 




1,503.81 


167,900.00 




161,902.79 


5,997.21 




19,380.02 


11,500.00 




9,226.90 


2,273.10 




1,214.91 


500.00 




210.25 


289.75 




25.65 


9,300.00 




8,762.40 


537.60 




3,946.40 


2,000.00 




1,500.00 


500.00 




.00 


1,200.00 




1,010.76 


189.24 




388.85 



1,184,871.00 $ 



1,053,173.23 



Tax Processing 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

R«guUr Positions | 7,976,470.00 $ 7,967,185.48 

Contribution R*tire»ent 504,510.00 494,945.37 

Contribution Social Security.. 170,725.00 361,617.51 

Contractual S«rvlce« 1,709,000.00 1,700,520.60 

12,200.00 5,358.58 

Co«K>dltl«« '>.()<) 539,132.63 



131,697.77 



9,284.52 
9,564.63 
9,107.49 
8,479.40 
6,841.42 
7,867.37 



71,422.86 



394,826.75 
24,787.86 
18,362.29 

107,952.54 
896.76 

171,789.56 



x*; 



TABLE V (Continued) 
REVENUE (Continued) 



233 



Tax Processing 

General Revenue Fund (Concluded) 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



rinting . 

quipment 

lectronic Data Processing.... 
elecommunications Services... 
peration Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



706,500.00 

164,700.00 

3,961,200.00 

354,000.00 

3,500.00 



704,765.05 

148,501.99 

3,914,007.19 

351,950.71 

3,422.78 



1,734.95 
16,198.01 
47,192.81 

2,049.29 

77.22 



36,642.70 

36,901.00 

325,292.25 

102,395.41 

263.51 



16,309,805.00 $ 16,191,407.89 



118,397.11 $ 1,220,110.63 



Tax Processing 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



rants Under the Senior 
Citizens Property Tax Relief 

Act $ 

dditional Grants as Provided 
Under Senior Citizens and 
Disabled Persons Property 
Tax Relief Act _ 

Total $ 



35,000,000.00 $ 28,883,876.08 $ 6,116,123.92 $ 8,561,856.71 



34,000,000.00 



11,511,957.81 



22,488,042.19 6,954,791.10 



69,000,000.00 $ 40,395,833.89 $ 28,604,166.11 $ 15,516,647.81 



Tax Processing 

General Revenue Fund 

Refunds 



ncome Tax Refunds $ 120,000,000.00 $ 119,943,660.88 

ncome Tax Refunds 14,000,000.00 13,928,001.47 

efunds of Certain Taxes in 

Lieu of Credit Memoranda 230,000.00 226,906.64 

efunds of Sales Tax Paid on 

Federal Excise Tax on Motor 

Vehicles, Reappr. from 

FY 1973 533,798.73 267,059.91 

Total $ 134,763,798.73 $ 134,365,628.90 



56,339.12 $ 43,622.79 
71,998.53 13,928,001.47 



3,093.36 



266,738.82 



22,622.14 



-86.32 



398,169.83 $ 13,994,160.08 



Tax Processing 

Motor Fuel Tax - State Fund 

Operations 



egular Positions $ 451,100.00 $ 449,239.12 

ontribut ion Retirement 28,870.00 28,177.77 

ontribution Social Security.. 21,200.00 15,677.82 

ontractual Services 75,000.00 68,034.35 

ommodities 15,000.00 13,380.83 

rinting 20,000.00 19,496.26 

quipment 7,700.00 7,522.45 

lectronic Data Processing 210,700.00 209,007.38 

peration Automotive Equipment 2,000.00 2,000.00 

Total $ 831,570.00 $ 812,535.98 



1,860.88 

692.23 

5,522.18 

6,965.65 

1,619.17 

503.74 

177.55 

1,692.62 

.00 



22,161.32 

1,413.69 

783.86 

6,484.11 

3,662.63 

6,147.34 

.00 

13,710.11 

.00 



19,034.02 $ 



54,363.06 



TABLE V (Continued) 
REVENUE (Continued) 

Tax Processing 

Motor Fuel Tax - State Fund 

Refunds 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Motor Fuel Tax Refunds, 



20,000,000.00 $ 19,112,787.01 



887,212.99 $ 2,883,397.05 



Tax Processing 

County Retailers Occupation Tax Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Payments to Counties from 
County Retailers Occupation 
Tax 



Non-Approp. 



25,091,288.22 



.00 $ 



2,029.79 



Tax Processing 

County Retailers Occupation Tax Fund 

Refunds 



Hardship Refunds County Retail 
Occupational Tax 



Non-Approp. 



21,431.77 



.00 $ 



Tax Processing 

Municipal Retailers Occupation Tax Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Payment Made to Municipalities 
fron Municipal Retailers Oc- 
cupation Tax Fund 



Non-Approp . 



298,887,410.66 



.00 $ 



Tax Processing 

Municipal Retailers Occupation Tax Fund 

Refunds 



Hardship Refunds. 



Non-Approp. 



60,659.60 



.00 



1,217.05 



Tax Processing 

Tax Suspense Trust Fund 

Operations 



■ /: MM4 . 



Non-Approp. 



28,082.75 



.00 $ 



4,830.15 



Regular Positions S 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Operation Automotive Equipment _ 

Total I 



Enforcement 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

9,944,000.00 $ 9,382,408.07 



636,416.00 
468,200.00 
257,750.00 
551,200.00 
6,700.00 
6,000.00 
257,450.00 
154,950.00 



597,981.47 
366,159.04 
253,413.06 
494,223.37 
5,475.57 
3,919.49 
229,260.04 
122,129.57 



561,591.93 $ 

38,434.53 

102,040.96 

4,336.94 

56,976.63 

1,224.43 

2,080.51 

28,189.96 

32,820.43 



448,858.49 

28,648.67 

18,811.44 

23,826.74 

80,048.36 

487.42 

1,772.29 

213,231.00 

20,218.56 



12,282,666.00 $ 11,454,969.1 



827,696.32 $ 835,902.97 



TABLE V (Continued) 
REVENUE (Concluded) 



235 



Enforcement 

Motor Fuel Tax - State Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 
(Including Laps 
Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Travel 

Equipment 

Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



1,288,500.00 

82,464.00 

60,600.00 

100,000.00 

8,700.00 

30,000.00 



1,285,597.50 
82,115.95 
57,598.73 
95,400.57 
1,533.83 
26,430.17 



2,902.50 
348.05 
3,001.27 
4,599.43 
7,166.17 
3,569.83 



69,178.39 
4,426.73 
3,302.48 
623.36 
1,143.55 
9,006.12 



1,570,264.00 $ 



1,548,676.75 



21,587.25 $ 



87,680.63 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing.... 
Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 
Expenses of Lottery Board _ 

Total $ 



State Lottery 

State Lottery Fund 

Operations 



1,641,550.00 $ 
105,059.00 

83,900.00 

3,248,030.00 

100,000.00 

60,000.00 
600,000.00 
174,200.00 
367,100.00 
138,470.00 

80,200.00 

54,700.00 _ 

6,653,209.00 $ 



1,537,536.81 

96,376.17 

83,726.51 

3,153,516.02 

53,795.70 

51,509.70 

578,818.88 

172,201.46 

349,715.23 

135,562.80 

79,183.02 

36,273.57 

6,328,215.87 



104,013.19 $ 
8,682.83 
173.49 

94,513.98 

46,204.30 
8,490.30 

21,181.12 
1,998.54 

17,384.77 
2,907.20 
1,016.98 

18,426.43 



76,569.29 

4,676.53 

4,169.93 

640,009.94 

7,882.24 

4,503.82 

57,703.08 

43,552.34 

78,187.16 

73,043.04 

15,752.35 

2,637.93 



324,993.13 $ 1,008,687.65 



State Lottery 

State Lottery Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Prizes Pursuant to Illinois 
Lottery Law $ 



57,000,000.00 $ 28,924,360.00 



28,075,640.00 $ 2,971,508.00 



********************* 

TRANSPORTATION 

Summary by Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund 

Road Fund 

Motor Fuel Tax Fund 

Aeronautics Fund 

Air Transportation Revolv- 
ing Fund 

Total , Operations 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue Fund 

Road Fund 

Motor Fuel Tax Counties Fund 



5,355,300.00 $ 
157,085,500.00 
2,889,800.00 
110,500.00 

232,000.00 



165,673,100.00 

27,924,000.00 

4,504,000.00 

78,000,000.00 



4,304,306.14 

153,754,331.87 

2,715,877.63 

85,246.72 

231,908.02 



161,091,670.38 

24,545,682.24 

780,075.54 

74,572,103.65 



$ 1,050,993.86 $ 360,372.70 

3,331,168.13 16,256,163.08 

173,922.37 148,801.25 

25,253.2b 18, 72b. 88 



91.98 



3,378,317.76 
3,723,924.46 
3,427,896.35 



2,719.79 



4,581,429.62 16,786,783.70 



7,018,511.09 

21,235.06 

7,168,438.34 



236 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 



Summary by Category and Fund (Continued) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Awards and Grants (Concluded) 
Municipal- 
ities Fund 106, 100,000.00 

t >t Fuel Tax Townships and 

Road Districts Fund 37,200,000.00 

Downstate Public Transporta- 
tion Fund 6,000,000.00 

Public Transportation Fund.. 107,000,000.00 
-rortation Bond Series 

B Fund 132,179,845.25 

Federal Airport Fund 18,000,000.00 

Total, Awards and Grants 516,907,845.25 

Permanent Improvements: 
Road Fund 4,583,500.00 

Highway/Waterway Construction: 

General Revenue Fund 13,175,000.00 

Road Fund 980,553,650.00 

Grade Crossing Protection 

Fund 7,787,000.00 

rortation Bond Series 
A Fund 339,656,800.96 

Total, Highway/Waterway 
Construction 1,341,172,450.96 

Refunds : 

Road Fund 20,200.00 

Aeronautics Fund 100.00 

Total, Refunds 20,300.00 

Total, Appropriated Funds $2,028,357,196.21 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Aircraft Medical Support 

Fund Non-Approp . 

Coastal Zone Management Fund Non-Approp. 
DOT Comprehensive Training 

Fund Non-Approp. 

•t-Of-Way Trust Fund Non-Approp. 

Total, Operations 

Awards and Grants: 
national Transportation 

Study 1974 Trust Fund Non-Approp. 

Flood Control Land Lease Fund Non-Approp. 



102,471,726.24 


3,628,273.76 


12 


345,654.91 


34,156,787.91 


3,043,212.09 


3 


408,665.57 


5,228,447.92 


771,552.08 


1 


266,785.19 


107,000,000.00 


.00 


7 


328,048.91 


11,536,211.33 


120,643,633.92 




.00 


10,567,655.47 


7,432,344.53 




.00 


370,858,690.30 


146,049,154.95 


38 


557,339.07 


1,025,554.44 


3,557,945.56 




21,730.84 


11,244,721.54 


1,930,278.46 


5 


754,784.76 


453,317,331.22 


527,236,318.78 


2 


,423,869.23 


1,342,896.24 


6,444,103.76 




.00 


58,078,178.51 


281,578,622.45 




133,920.61 



523,983,127.51 



5,832.91 
15.00 



17,189,323.45 8,312,574.60 



14,367.09 1,334.31 
85.00 .00 



5,847.91 



14,452.09 1,334.31 



$1,056,964,890.54 $ 971,392,305.67 $ 63,679,762.52 



77,530.50 
206,000.00 



11,461.74 
1,681.90 



10,769.77 
99,557.24 



1,615.18 
348.55 



296,674.14 



78,308.33 
104,734.09 



112,290.74 



.00 
.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 



237 



Summary by Category and Fund (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Awards and Grants (Concluded) 
Local Airport Fund 

Total, Awards and Grants 



Non-Approp. 



1,306,709.92 
1,489,752.34 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



00 



00 



314,011.42 



314,011.42 



Total, Non-Appropriated Funds, 



Total, Transportation. 



1,786,426.48 



.00 



426,302.16 



$2,028,357,196.21 $1,058,751,317.02 $ 971,392,305.67 $ 64,106,064.68 

Central Administration and Planning 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Operation Automotive Equipment 

Formal Contracts and Agree- 
ments, Office of Planning.... 

Formal Contracts and Agree- 
ments, Physical Research 

Formal Contracts and Agree- 
ments Chicago Area Transpor- 
tation Study 

Formal Contracts and Agree- 
ments, Chicago Area Transpor- 
tation Study, Reappr. from 
FY 1974 _ 

Total $ 



10, 



492,800.00 
668,500.00 
345,100.00 
925,200.00 
218,200.00 
499,300.00 
330,000.00 
204,300.00 
248,900.00 
439,100.00 

755,000.00 

166,900.00 

134,500.00 



291,900.00 



16,719,700.00 $ 



10,492,278.80 
667,894.31 
332,820.61 
1,883,231.24 
168,089.17 
466,910.01 
315,143.37 
145,485.18 
211,019.61 
412,218.80 

365,065.75 

126,154.93 

3,045.00 



186,379.60 _ 
15,775,736.38 $ 



521.20 
605.69 
12,279.39 
41,968.76 
50,110.83 
32,389.99 
14,856.63 
58,814.82 
37,880.39 
26,881.20 

389,934.25 

40,745.07 

131,455.00 



105,520.40 



505,589.33 
32,171.11 
17,047.56 

392,727.13 
21,906.52 

112,343.26 
83,038.61 
94,715.56 
92,725.93 
27,753.29 

50,000.00 

.00 



.00 



.00 



943,963.62 $ 1,430,018.30 



Central Administration and Planning 

Road Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Damage Awards $ 15,000.00 $ 

Federal Reimbursements to 
Metropolitan Planning Agen- 
cies for Metropolitan 
Planning 3,078,000.00 

Total $ 3,093,000.00 $ 



7,072.57 



552,351.83 



7,927.43 $ 



2,525,648.17 



898.29 



1,428.20 



559,424.40 



2,533,575.60 $ 



2,326.49 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 

Central Administration and Planning 

DOT Comprehenisve Training Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



ide Job Training and 
— . ent Opportunities for 
Economically Disadvantaged 

..-yed Persons 



Non-Approp. 



11,461.74 



.00 $ 



1,615.1! 



Capital Improvements, Highways 

Road Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Capital Improvements-Highways 
Purchase Land for Construc- 
tion of Maintenance Storage 
Buildings at Various Locat's. 

Capital Improvement s-Highways 

and Improvements 

at Various Locations 

Capital Improvements-Highways 
Construction of Maintenance 
Storage Buildings and Other 
ements Various Locat's. 

Capital Imporvenents-Highways 
Plans and Specifications of 
Emergency Patrol Bldg. Near 
East St. Louis Reappr. from 

FY 72 

-vements- Highways 
rations to Existing 
Buildines and Other Improve- 
ments at Various Locations... 

Capital Improvements-Highways 
Construction of Maintenance 
Storage Buildings and Other 
Improvements Various Locat's. 



120,000.00 $ 



781,503.00 



1,773,500.00 



62,339.50 $ 57,660.50 $ 
35,921.73 745,576.27 

472.22 1,773,027.78 
.00 100.000.00 



14,010.00 



30,000.00 



1,778,500.00 



896,913.05 



11,586.95 



.00 



Total $ 



4,583,500.00 $ 



1,025,554.44 



3,557,945.56 $ 



Capital Improvements, Highways 

National Transportation Study 1974 Trust Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Permanent Improvement Projects 



Non-Approp. 



78,308.33 



21,730.84 



.00 



Capital Improvements, Highways 

Right-Of-Way Trust Fund 

Operations 



Right Of Way Trust 



Non-Approp. 



1,681.90 



00 $ 



348.55 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 

Electronic Data Processing 
Road Fund 
Operations 



239 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Electronic Data Processing. 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Operation Automotive Equipment 

Capital City Railroad Reloca- 
tion Authority Demonstration 
Pro j ect 

Total $ 



3,053,400.00 $ 3,043,293.96 $ 

Central Offices, Division of Highways 

Road Fund 

Operations 



1,028,600.00 
510,500.00 
209,200.00 
589,900.00 
191,400.00 
258,700.00 

y, 639, 100.00 

767,600.00 

30,400.00 



87,500.00 



8,026,706.46 
506,799.38 
168,888.11 
545,518.34 
168,848.08 
221,593.76 

4,599,350.56 

586,673.56 

27,594.84 



25,500.00 



15,312,900.00 $ 14,877,473.09 $ 

Central Offices, Division of Highways 

Road Fund 

Awards and Grants 



10,106.04 $ 277,030. 1 



1,893.54 $ 

3,700.62 

40,311.89 

44,381.66 

22,551.92 

37,106.24 

39,749.44 

180,926.44 

2,805.16 



62,000.00 



386,561.49 

23,789.99 

9,249.55 

170,611.61 

30,157.82 

62,473.34 

3,030,837.31 

325,486.62 

4,712.82 



00 



435,426.91 $ 4,043,880.55 



Federal Reimbursements to 
Local Agencies for Railroad 
Relocation, Cottage Grove 
Ave. Dolton, 111 $ 

Federal Reimbursements to Lo- 
cal Agencies for Railroad 
Relocation, Vermont Street, 
Blue Island , 111 

Federal Reimbursments to Local 
Agencies for Railroad Relo- 
cation, Carbondale 

Federal Reimbursments to Local 
Agencies for Railroad Reloca- 
tion, East St. Louis 

Federal Reimbursements to Lo- 
cal Agencies for Railroad 
Relocation, Springfield 

Refunding to the Capital City 
Relocation Authority-Federal 
Reimb. Railroad Relocation 
Demonstration Project _ 

Total $ 



210,000.00 

230,000.00 
312,000.00 $ 
200,000.00 
270,000.00 

189,000.00 



1,411,000.00 $ 



.00 $ 



.00 



101,728.19 



98,352.85 



.00 



210,000.00 

230,000.00 
210,271.81 
179,429.90 $ 
171,647.15 

189,000.00 



Central Offices, Division of Highways 

Road Fund 

Refunds 



.00 



.00 



00 



18,908.57 



.00 



.00 



220,651.14 $ 1,190,348.86 $ 18,908.57 



Sign Permit Refunds $ 



20,200.00 $ 



5,832.91 



14,367.09 $ 



1,334.31 



240 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 

Formal Contracts and Agreements 

Road Fund 

Highway /Waterway Construction 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Formal Contracts and 
Agreements $ 

Formal Contracts and Agree- 
ments, Bureau of Maintenance, 
Reappr. from FY 74 _ 

Total $ 



11,595,600.00 $ 



2,598,050.00 



14,193,650.00 $ 



7,336,841.25 



1,661,817.45 



1,998,658.70 



$ 4,258,758.75 

936,232.55 

$ 5,194,991.30 



.00 



.00 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



Day Labor 

Road Fund 

Operations 



2,132,000.00 

131,500.00 

96,600.00 

62,200.00 

70,000.00 

760,800.00 

138,000.00 

18,600.00 

148,000.00 



,087,655.47 

131,239.60 

76,646.41 

51,427.57 

48,583.16 

587,550.49 

137,514.38 

13,139.32 

110,080.51 



44,344.53 $ 

260.40 

19,953.59 

10,772.43 

21,416.84 

173,249.51 

485.62 

5,460.68 

37,919.49 



135,635.13 

8,241.45 

5,761.83 

13,693.43 

4,633.90 

174,320.51 

78,069.57 

4,651.51 

19,031.03 



3,557,700.00 $ 



3,243,836.91 



313,863.09 $ 444,038.36 



District 1, Schaumburg Office 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 



$ 26,745,200.00 $ 


26,521,519.20 $ 


223,680.80 $ 


1,238,310.86 


1,575,550.00 


1,572,339.42 


3,210.58 


75,429.73 


1,031,250.00 


1,014,946.95 


16,303.05 


50,882.45 


3,244,105.00 


3,240,137.52 


3,967.48 


639,346.58 


236,200.00 


194,154.29 


42,045.71 


27,758.85 


3,460,710.00 


3,443,489.09 


17,220.91 


505,626.22 


257,000.00 


256,440.27 


559.73 


256,440.27 


100,100.00 


90,355.76 


9,744.24 


64,116.63 


388,350.00 


388,347.14 


2.86 


119,783.90 


1,903,145.00 


1,899,865.59 


3,279.41 


262,342.29 


$ 38,941,610.00 $ 


38,621,595.23 $ 


320,014.77 $ 


3,240,037.78 



District 2, Dixon Office 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

. bution Social Security.. 

■ ictual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment _ 

Total I 



7,250,400.00 
418,100.00 
309,200.00 
292,400.00 
137,800.00 

1,430,300.00 

135,000.00 

52,300.00 

. ,00.00 

717,200.00 



7,127,678.10 
417,818.22 
308,966.52 
292,160.32 
137,747.04 

1,423,622.23 

134,999.07 

51,621.86 

37,314.26 

716,017.13 



10,780,200.00 $ 10,64 7,944.75 



122 


,721.90 $ 


336,478.85 




281.78 


20,272.55 




233.48 


14,919.40 




239.68 


33,836.56 




52.96 


14,677.52 


6 


,677.77 


222,323.36 




.93 


134,999.07 




678.14 


12,903.94 




185.74 


8,699.94 


1 


182.87 


122,789.06 


132 


255.25 $ 


921,900.25 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 



241 



District 3, Ottawa Office 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



7,272,900.00 

440,050.00 

285,250.00 

380,295.00 

149,900.00 

1,239,690.00 

44,000.00 

48,400.00 

51,050.00 

683,855.00 



7,152,475.79 

427,657.76 

280,217.16 

380,005.54 

117,798.15 

1,237,823.99 

40,661.10 

48,142.61 

48,127.39 

669,750.62 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



120,424.21 $ 

12,392.24 

5,032.84 

289.46 

32,101.85 

1,866.01 

3,338.90 

257.39 

2,922.61 

14,104.38 



349,289.03 
21,343.92 
14,349.24 
76,175.01 
25,652.36 

158,606.27 
40,661.10 
31,296.96 
13,511.05 

115,715.70 



10,595,390.00 $ 10,402,660.11 



192,729.89 $ 846,600.64 



District 4, Peoria Office 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



6,340,800.00 $ 6,333,289.01 



378,700.00 

278,500.00 

301,000.00 

33,900.00 

897,500.00 

135,000.00 

54,000.00 

36,500.00 

495,900.00 



377,969.04 

256,440.73 

290,879.42 

28,161.43 

891,148.91 

130,801.99 

52,333.44 

36,496.39 

489,646.56 



7,510.99 

730.96 

22,059.27 

10,120.58 

5,738.57 

6,351.09 

4,198.01 

1,666.56 

3.61 

6,253.44 



301,720.86 

18,405.89 

12,753.54 

60,901.92 

5,997.36 

140,477.19 

130,801.99 

45,275.55 

11,581.96 

85,946.34 



8,951,800.00 $ 8,887,166.92 



64,633.08 $ 813,862.60 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment _ 

Total $ 



District 5, Paris Office 

Road Fund 

Operations 



7,105,400.00 

428,900.00 

284,900.00 

314,800.00 

93,900.00 

986,500.00 

140,000.00 

53,300.00 

37,800.00 

687,700.00 



7,009,591.98 

423,028.80 

275,809.83 

306,952.58 

87,307.74 

983,667.39 

128,497.34 

53,134.62 

37,672.57 

673,927.68 



95,808.02 
5,871.20 
9,090.17 
7,847.42 
6,592.26 
2,832.61 

11,502.66 
165.38 
127.43 

13,772.32 



331,022.35 

20,160.62 

13,355.66 

62,812.23 

9,751.61 

218,562.56 

128,497.34 
42,750.84 
12,528.48 

156,138.64 



10,133,200.00 $ 9,979,590.53 



153,609.47 $ 995,580.33 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 



District 6, Springfield Office 

Road Fund 

Operations 



7,312,200.00 

439,900.00 

323,400.00 

342,800.00 

89,700.00 

1,010,700.00 



7,280,100.95 
434,608.37 
315,094.11 
333,306.81 
82,521.74 
997,702.61 



32,099.05 
5,291.63 
8,305.89 
9,493.19 
7,178.26 

12,997.39 



382,041.18 
21,714.26 
17,231.16 
59,045.75 
16,225.49 

184,947.43 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 

District 6, Springfield Office (Concluded) 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total S 



93,000.00 

80,800.00 

45,300.00 

682,400.00 



91,736.17 

77,356.11 

44,788.52 

674,869.17 



10,420,200.00 $ 10,332,084.56 



1,263.83 

3,443.89 

511.48 

7,530.83 



91,736.17 

37,303.09 

11,461.15 

124,565.55 



115.44 $ 946,271.23 



District 7, Effingh; 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Office 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. . 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



5,275,500.00 $ 5,242,312.82 



326,700.00 

212,200.00 

221,600.00 

162,800.00 

695,100.00 

4,000.00 

43,400.00 

22,100.00 

470,700.00 



323,453.56 

204,249.86 

195,489.02 

124,134.80 

681,910.99 

3,850.00 

39,772.71 

17,056.03 

403,591.42 



33,187.18 

3,246.44 

7,950.14 

26,110.98 

38,665.20 

13,189.01 

150.00 

3,627.29 

5,043.97 

67,108.58 



250,947.16 
15,310.28 
10,039.85 
23,745.04 
11,722.68 
96,606.79 

3,850.00 
19,830.10 

5,133.27 
77,041.92 



7,434,100.00 $ 



7,235,821.21 



198,278.79 $ 514,227.09 



District 8, East St. Louis Office 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Connodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



8,883,100.00 $ 8,840,662.04 



550,400.00 

341,000.00 

471,300.00 

101,400.00 

1,067,400.00 

36,000.00 

77,600.00 

64,100.00 

619,000.00 



538,630.82 

337,218.41 

463,314.42 

100,537.79 

1,064,650.94 

33,705.55 

70,163.02 

57,697.03 

614.129.16 



42,437.96 
11,769.18 
3,781.59 
7,985.58 
862.21 
2,749.06 
2,294.45 
7,436.98 
6,402.97 
4,870.84 



450,213.82 
25,723.24 
17,438.44 
77,330.22 
13,227.89 

150,586.04 
33,705.55 
34,297.11 
26,330.03 

138,506.80 



12,211,300.00 $ 12,120,709.18 



90,590.82 $ 967,359.14 



District 9, Carbondale Office 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 5,739,700.00 $ 5,685,479.83 

Contribution Retirement 363,100.00 351,809.69 

Contribution Social Security.. 187,900.00 172,832.73 

Contractual Services 235,500.00 221,245.88 

Travel 77,500.00 56,177.48 

Commodities 701,100.00 696,265.28 

Commodities 11,000.00 10,751.47 

Equipment 60,000.00 58,552.36 

M... 37,600.00 33,092.38 

Operation Automotive Equipment 471,900.00 464,992.28 

Total J 7,W>, $00.00 ', 7,751,199.38 



54,220.17 

11,290.31 

15,067.27 

14,254.12 

21,322.52 

5,034.72 

248.53 

1,447.64 

4,507.62 

6,907.72 



134,300.62 $ 



276,656.39 

16,611.50 

8,751.16 

31,847.17 

5,782.82 

102,894.62 
10,751.47 
41,064.14 
10,720.32 
77,919.56 

582,999.15 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 



243 



Land Acquisition - Highways 

Road Fund 

Highway/Waterway Construction 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



154,563.80 



-2,552.26 



Land Acquisition and Highway 
Advertising Control $ 29,000,000.00 $ 23,432,017.88 $ 5,567,982.12 $ 2,271,857.69 

Construction 

Road Fund 

Highway/Waterway Construction 

Construction of State Highways 

and Related Improvements - 

for Formal Contracts and 

Agreements $ 374,600,000.00 $ 104,723,995.83 $ 269,876,004.17 

Construction of State Highways 

and Related Improvements, 

Reappr. from FY 74 562,760,000.00 316,162,658.81 246,597,341.19 

Total $ 937,360,000.00 $ 420,886,654.64 $ 516,473,345.36 $ 152,011.54 

Construction - Bond Fund "A" 

Transportation Bond Series A Fund 

Highway/Waterway Construction 

Land Acquisition and Construc- 
tion of Freeways and Bridges 
Over Freeways, Reappr. from 
FY 1974 $ 14,881,565.26 $ 11,027,495.52 $ 3,854,069.74 

Construction-Bond Fund "A" 
Land Acquisition and Highway 
Construction and Improvements 
Reappr. from FY 1974 39,818,209.50 19,881,537.18 19,936,672.32 

Total $ 54,699,774.76 $ 30,909,032.70 $ 23,790,742.06 

Supplemental Freeway Construction, Bond Fund A 

Transportation Bond Series A Fund 

Highway/Waterway Construction 

Preliminary Engineering and 
Studies for Supplemental 
Freeways $ 28,000,000.00 $ 469,291.17 $ 27,530,708.83 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 408 
from Springfield to Jackson- 
ville, Reappr. from FY 74 35,080,801.84 10,326,926.42 24,753,875.42 

Supplemental Freeway Land 
Acquisition, Construction, 
and Engineering, FAP 408 
from Jacksonville to 
Winchester 17,000,000.00 .00 17,000,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 408 
from Jacksonville to Winches- 
ter, Reappr. from FY 1974 3,300,000.00 311,198.47 2,988,801.53 

Supplemental Freeway Land Ac- 
quisition, Construction, and 
Engineering, FAP 412 for the 
Decatur, 111. By-Pass 15,000,000.00 .00 15,000,000.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



133,920.61 



00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 

Supplemental Freeway Construction, Bond Fund A 

Transportation Bond Series A Fund (Continued) 

Highway/Waterway Construction 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP A 12 
for the Decatur By-Pass, 
Reappr. from FY 1974 4,940,241.00 904,622.69 4,035,618.31 

Supplemental Freeway Land 
Acquisition, Construction, 
and Engineering, FAP 406 from 
111. 74 to Lincoln 17,200,000.00 1,222,520.76 15,977,479.24 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 406 
from Illinois 74 to Lincoln, 
Reappr. from FY 74 11,018,241.62 1,050,161.75 9,968,079.87 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 403 
from Illinois 78 to Inter- 
State 80, Reappr. from FY 74. 45,771,265.91 8,359,425.20 37,411,840.71 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 409 
from Illinois 64 to Illinois 
12 7, Reappr. from FY 74 31,530,500.00 863,176.01 30,667,323.99 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 408 
from Winchester to Barry, 
Reappr. from FY 74 1,000,000.00 28,489.85 971,510.15 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 412 
from Rockford to East-West 
Tollway, Reappr. from FY 74.. 1,000,000.00 .00 1,000,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 412 
from Interstate 80 to East- 
West Tollway, Reappr. FY 74.. 1,000,000.00 .00 1,000,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 411 
from Marion to Harrisburg, 
Reappr. from FY 74 250,000.00 .00 250,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 401 
from Lena to East of Freeport 
Reappr. from FY 74 1,000,000.00 .00 1,000,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 409 
from Illinois 127 to Xenia, 
Reappr. from FY 74 150,000.00 .00 150,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 409 
from Xenia to Clay City, 
Reappr. from FY 74 300,000.00 .00 300,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 431 
fro« US Route 20 to Inter- 
State 80, Reappr. from FY 74. 15,000,000.00 91,020.76 14,908,979.24 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



. 00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 



245 



Supplemental Freeway Construction, Bond Fund A 

Transportation Bond Series A Fund (Continued) 

Highway/Waterway Construction 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 432 
from Illinois 68 to FAP 420, 
Reappr. from FY 74 5,000,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 404 
from Monmouth to Galesburg, 
Reappr. from FY 74 3,000,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Land 
Acquisition, Construction, 
and Engineering, FAP 437 from 
Waukegan to Interstate 74 1,500,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 437 
from Waukegan to Interstate 
94, Reappr. from FY 74 3,000,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 408 
from Barry to Quincy, Reappr. 
from FY 1974 1,000,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Land 
Acquisition, Construction, 
and Engineering, FAP 407 for 
the Quincy, 111. By-Pass 22,800,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 407 
for the Quincy By-Pass, 
Reappr. from FY 74 1,865,975.83 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 407 
from Quincy to Macomb, Reappr. 
from FY 74 100,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 407 
from Macomb to Canton, Reappr. 
from FY 74 100,000.00 



176,984.08 



298,661.00 



.00 



,00 



.00 



1,524,394.40 



1,144,237.33 



.00 



.00 



4,823,015.92 



2,701,339.00 



1,500,000.00 



3,000,000.00 



1,000,000.00 



21,275,605.60 



721,738.50 



100,000.00 



100,000.00 



00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



,00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 407 
from Canton to Peoria, Reappr. 
from FY 1974 1,000,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Land 
Acquisition, Construction, 
and Engineering, FAP 412 from 
Interstate 80 to Interstate 72 1,000,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 412 
from Interstate 80 to Inter- 
state 72, Reappr. from FY 74. 2,000,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Land 
Acquisition, Construction, 
and Engineering, FAP 412 from 
Elwin to Salem 1,000,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 412 
from Elwin to Salem, Reappr. 
from FY 74 1,000,000.00 



25,732.99 



.00 



00 



.00 



.00 



974,267.01 



1,000,000.00 



2,000,000.00 



1,000,000.00 



1,000,000.00 



,00 



.00 



.00 



00 



.00 



246 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 



Supplemental Freeway Construction, Bond Fund A 

Transportation Bond Series A Fund (Continued) 

Highway /Waterway Construction 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 412 
from Lawrenceville to 
Goodenow, Reappr. from FY 74. 250,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construe, 
tion, Alignment of FAP 411 
from Goodenow to Calumet 
Expressway, Reappr. FY 74 100,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 411 
for the Marion Bv-Pass, 
Reappr. from FY 74 100,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 411 
from Harrisburg to Lawrence- 
ville, Reappr. from FY 74 100,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 401 
from East of Freeport to Rock- 
ford, Reappr. from FY 74 50,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 401 
from East Dubuque to Lena, 
Reappr. from FY 74 100,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Land 
Acquisition, Construction, 
and Engineering, FAP 410 from 
Sparta to East of Carbondale. 2,000,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 410 
from Sparta to East of Carbon- 
dale, Reappr. from FY 74 1,000,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 410 
from Sparta to East St. Louis, 
Reappr. from FY 74 1,000,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 420 
from Interstate 94 to Wiscon- 
sin Line, Reappr. from FY 74. 1,500,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 409 
from Clay City to Lawrence- 
ville, Reappr. from FY 74 100,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 413 
from Rock Island to Jackson- 
ville, Reappr. from FY 74 100,000.00 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 413 
fro« Jacksonville to Inter- 
State 55, Reappr. from FY 74. 1 ,',00,000.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



,00 



,00 



372,302.93 



.00 



250,000.00 



100,000.00 



100,000.00 



100,000.00 



50,000.00 



100,000.00 



2,000,000.00 



1,000,000.00 



1,000,000.00 



1,127,697.07 



100,000.00 



100,000.00 



1,500,000.00 



.00 



,00 



.00 



,00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



,00 



.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 

Supplemental Freeway Construction, Bond Fund A 

Transportation Bond Series A Fund (Concluded) 

Highway /Waterway Construction 



247 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 430 
from FAP 426 to FAP 431, 
Reappr. from FY 74 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 433 
from Interstate 80 to Indiana 
Line, Reappr. from FY 74 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 404 
from Gladstone to Monmouth, 
Reappr . From FY 74 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 405 
from Peoria to Interstate 80, 
Reappr. from FY 74 

Supplemental Freeway Construc- 
tion, Alignment of FAP 402 
from Rock Falls to Fulton, 
Reappr. from FY 74 

Total $ 



2,000,000.00 



1,000,000.00 



100,000.00 



1,000,000.00 



50,000.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



00 



2,000,000.00 



1,000,000.00 



100,000.00 



1,000,000.00 



50,000.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



284,957,026.20 $ 27,169,145.81 $ 257,787,880.39 $ 133,920.61 

Grade Crossing And Protection 

Grade Crossing Protection Fund 

Highway /Waterway Construction 



Grade Crossing and Protection 
Installation of Grade Cros- 
sing Protection or Grade 
Separation at Various Places. 

Grade Crossing and Protection 
Installation of Grade Cros- 
sing Protection or Grade Sep- 
aration at Various Places 
Reappr. from FY 74 



Total. 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 



2,400,000.00 



.00 



5,387,000.00 $ 1,342,896.24 

7,787,000.00 $ 1,342,896.24 

Waterway Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

2,362,600.00 $ 2,203,753.75 



151,200.00 
64,000.00 
179,400.00 
118,000.00 
43,000.00 
10,000.00 
67,200,00 



139,768.18 

55,067.26 

158,572.99 

113,087.68 

33,512.26 

3,903.63 

59,379.06 



$ 2,400,000.00 

$ 4,044,103.76 
$ 6,444,103.76 



11,431.82 
8,932.74 

20,827.01 
4,912.32 
9,487.74 
6,096.37 
7,820.94 



.00 



.00 



158,846.25 $ 110,889.80 



6,767.17 

3,049.48 

38,567.46 

15,238.29 

5,475.08 

3,563.84 

29,164.22 



:-s 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 



Waterway Operations 

General Revenue Fund (Concluded) 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 
Stream Gauging 



total. 



Expenses of Coastal Zone 
Management Program 



Allocation as Provided bv Law. 



Kaskaskia River — Navigation 
Project — Land and Rights of 

"•.iisitions, and Related 
Iaprovements, Federal Project 

Kaskaskia River — Carlyle Dam 
and Reservoir — Proportionate 
Share of Construction, Oper. 
and Maint., Federal Kaskaskia 
Project 

Kaskaskia River— Shelbyville 
Dan and Reservoir — Proportion- 
ate Share of Construction 
O&M Costs, Fed. Kaskaskia 
Project 

Kaskaskia River—Big Muddy, 
Rend Lake Dan and Reservoir — 
Proportionate Share of O&M 
Water Storage, Kaskaskia Proj . 

Rat Run Creek-LaSalle County — 
Completion of Flood Control, 
Drainage and Related Improve- 

Edgar Lakes Drainage District- 
Conatruction of Pump Station 
and Appurtenant Facilities... 

rinkaid Creek Project-Jackson 
County— Land Acquisition, 
Construction of Roads, Bridges 
and Related I »p rove-Bents 

McHanry Stora Dral- 
Conatruction of Culverta, 
Water .^tures, and 
Channel laprovamanta 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



37,800.00 30,442.25 
60,000.00 58,596.41 
75,000.00 75,000.00 



3,168,200.00 $ 2,931,083.47 

Waterway Operations 

Coastal Zone Management Fund 

Operations 



N'on-Approp. 



206,000.00 



Waterway Operations 

Flood Control Land Lease Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Non-Approp. 



104,734.09 



Capital Accounts - Waterways 

General Revenue Fund 
Highway /Waterway Construction 



588,500.00 $ 



316,000.00 



116,000.00 



464,587.32 



316,000.00 



116,000.00 



1,039,000.00 1,039,000.00 

45,000.00 42,548.00 
350,000.00 328,799.72 



50,000.00 



50,000.00 



33,062.73 



7,357.75 8,907.98 

1,403.59 12,443.34 

.00 13,321.25 



237,116.53 $ 247,387.91 



.00 $ 



,00 



.00 



99,557.24 



.00 



123,912.68 $ 390,181.54 



.00 



.00 



.00 



2,452.00 42,548.00 



21,200.28 236,558.95 



.00 



1,937.27 



50,000.00 



2,584.01 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 

Capital Accounts - Waterways 

General Revenue Fund (Continued) 

Highway/Waterway Construction 



249 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Flood Plain Information — 
Purchase of Aerial Mapping, 
Field Work in the Implemen- 
tation of Cooperative Program 20,000.00 

Lake Michigan Beach Erosion- 
Cooperative Studies — Evalua- 
tion of Information Data and 
Solving Erosion of Property.. 30,000.00 

Buffalo-Wheeling Ditch, Cook 
County — Construction of Chan- 
nel Improvements and Water 
Control Structures 25,000.00 

Lower Rock River — Engineer, 
Survey, Aerial Mapping, Con- 
struction of Water Control 
Structures and Other Improve- 
ments 150,000.00 

Middle Fork Reservoir-Vermil- 
ion River — Basic Engineering. 
Designing, Site Development 
and Acquiring Right-Of-Way. . . 100,000.00 

Sangamon River-Lake Springer — 
Provide Hydrologic and Eco- 
logic Data for Flood Mgmt. in 
Cooperation with Univ. of 111. 100,000.00 

McHenry Locks & Dam-Fox River- 
Motorizing Gates, Installation 
of Ice Control Equipment, and 
Construction Shore Line Pro- 
tection 45 , 000. 00 

Sinnissippi Lake-Ill. & Miss. 
Canal — Maintenance of Dams 
and Related Structures Includ- 
ing Purchase of Tools, Etc... 6,000.00 

Pembroke Township-Kankakee 
County — Construction of Flood 
Control and Drainage Improve- 
ments 95,000.00 

Southwestern 111. Metro Plan- 
ning Commission-Proportionate 
Share of a Flood Control and 
Drainage Study 105,000.00 

Kaskaskia River Investigation- 
Engineering, Study, & Report 
of Kaskaskia River Basin 50,000.00 

North Branch of Chicago River- 
Cook County — Channel Improve- 
ment, Bank Stabilization, and 
Work Downstream of Foster Ave. 50,000.00 

Meredosia Lake-Cass and Morgan 
Counties — Engineering Study 
to Determine the Feasibility 
of Dredging and Improvements. 10,000.00 



19,823.13 



29,093.58 



25,000.00 



146,421.77 



64,001.13 



50,000.00 



38,765.84 



4,690.85 



90,289.29 



105,000.00 



46,500.00 



28,464.25 



10,000.00 



176.87 18,820.00 



906.42 29,093.58 



.00 



.00 



3,578.23 64,356.32 



35,998.87 44,491.15 



50,000.00 



6,234.16 



1,309.15 



.00 



.00 



.00 



4,710.71 89,442.29 

.00 10,500.00 

3,500.00 .00 

21,535.75 18,649.75 

.00 10,000.00 



250 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 



Capital Accounts - Waterways 

General Revenue Fund (Continued) 

Highway/Waterway Construction 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



McDonale Creek-Cook County — 

Channel Improvements, Acquir- 
ing Rights-Of-Way Downstream 

from Culvert Beneath Soo RR. . 100,000.00 
Fox River-Lake and McHenry 

Counties — Dredging of Channel 

re Accommodate Navigation from 

Kane County Line Wise. Border 75,000.00 
Des Plaines River — Hofmann Dam 
-cation of Structures, 

Install By-Pass Gates, Levees 

and Relates Work 190,000.00 

Little Wabash River-Clay, 

Wayne and Effingham Counties — 

Louisville Dam and Reservoir 

Project—Non-Federal Funding. 18,000.00 
Basse Woods Dam and Reservoir- 
Cook County — Construction, 

O&M, Recreation and Other 

Improvements 4,660,000.00 

Lake Street Culvert-Addison 

Creek-Engineering, Survey, 

Study and Report Covering 

the Addison Creek Watershed.. 200,000.00 
Kingery West-DuPage County — 

Construction in Cooperation 

with Forest Preserve District 

Between North Avenue and Lake 

Street 300,000.00 

Willow Higgins Creek-Cook 

County — Construct Channel Im- 
provements, Mannheim Road and 

Des Plaines River 325,000.00 

Marengo & Kishwaukee Rivers- 

McHenry County — Channel 

Dredging, Clearing (• Cleaning 

& Flood Control Construction. 300,000.00 
Blue Waters Ditch-St. Clair 

County — Provide the Non-Federal 

Funding for Improvement and 

Land Acquisition 400,000.00 

Hanover Park-West Branch of 

DuPage River — Construct 

Channel Improvements, Upstream 

from the Naperville Dam 450,000.00 

North Branch of Chicago River- 
Cook and Lake Counties — 

Proportionate Share of the 

Hon-Federal Cost 700,000.00 

St. Joseph Creek-Channel Im- 
provements and Related Flood 
trol and Drainage Improve- 

MBtl 12',, 000. 00 



37,723.00 57,189.00 



.00 



.00 



4,630,312.75 



113,543.40 



300,000.00 



166,393.00 



261,646.95 



75,000.00 



190,000.00 



18,000.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



29,687.25 2,949,649.43 



86,456.60 14,299.98 



.00 



.00 



7,481.50 



391,146.21 



682,097.52 



104, 132.80 



158,607.00 166,393.00 



38,353.05 261,646.95 



392,518.50 4,690.00 



58,853.79 13,283.21 



17,902.48 69,299.24 



20,867.20 35,152.26 



9£ 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 



251 



Capital Accounts - Waterways 

General Revenue Fund (Concluded) 

Highway/Waterway Construction 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Midlothian Creek — Channel Im- 
provements Downstream from 
Forest Preserve Lands and 
160th Street 

George Street Reservoir-Cook 
and DuPage Counties, Stage II 
Construct Water Storage and 
Recreation Facilities 

Kinkaid Creek Project-Jackson 
County — Land Acquisition and 
Construct Roads, Bridges and 
Related Improvements 

Embarras River-Champaign, 
Douglas, Coles, Cumberland, 
Jasper, Crawford and Lawrence 
Counties Project 

Little Calumet River-Cook 
County — Plans, Specifications 
and Environmental Impact 
Statements for Dredging 

Engineering, Surveying and 
Study of First Creek, Radio 
City Creek, Lake Arlan and 
Tazewell County Area 

Study of the Entire Ferson 
Creek-Otter Creek Watershed 
In Kane County 

Repair & Reconstruction of the 
North Aurora Dam, Fox River, 
Kane County 

Flood Control & Engineering 
Study, Kankakee River from 
Illinois-Indiana Boundary to 
Confluence Des Plains River. • 



150,000.00 



700,000.00 



150,000.00 



150,000.00 



80,000.00 



40,000.00 



30,000.00 



676,500.00 



30,000.00 



528,438.56 



137,210.00 



104,000.00 



00 



39,900.00 



21,340.00 



574,154.74 



23,980.00 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



101,380.50 



46,000.00 



80,000.00 



100.00 



660.00 



48,517.50 



171,561.44 330,586.36 



12,790.00 133,000.00 



7,155.00 



.00 



39,900.00 



20,800.00 



102,345.26 572,797.24 



6,020.00 23,200.00 



Total. 



13,175,000.00 $ 11,244,721.54 $ 1,930,278.46 $ 5,754,784.76 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing.... 

Telecommunications Services... 

Operation Automotive Equipment 

Illinois Aeronautics Board.... 

Airport Planning 

Expenses of the Legislative 
Advisory Committee to the 
Illinois Aeronautics Board... 



Aeronautics - General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



688,200.00 

44,000.00 

32,400.00 

73,000.00 

20,000.00 

8,800.00 

4,700.00 

1,800.00 

600.00 

11,600.00 

10,800.00 

15,000.00 

125,600.00 



12,500.00 



640,559.81 

40,963.13 

21,385.67 

72,850.38 

19,389.72 

5,984.21 

3,250.30 

848.57 

.00 

10,931.24 

6,631.42 

4,000.00 

36,595.00 



643.76 



47,640.19 

3,036.87 

11,014.33 

149.62 

610.28 

2,815.79 

1,449.70 

951.43 

600.00 

668.76 

4,168.58 

11,000.00 

89,005.00 



11,856.24 



31,771.33 

2,030.82 

1,138.33 

2,796.85 

1,586.77 

902.30 

1,682.25 

.00 

.00 

2,239.73 

947.47 

400.00 

36,595.00 



.00 



Total. 



1,049,000.00 $ 



864,033.21 



184,966.79 $ 



82,090.85 



is: 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 



Aeronautics - General Office 

Road Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



- S 286,400.00 $ 252,598.80 

Contribution Retirement 18,400.00 16,166.41 

Contribution Social Security.. 13,500.00 5,204.16 

Contractual Services 366,100.00 363,602.95 

16,500.00 16,328.07 

- 92,700.00 89,905.62 

tinj 1,200.00 341.70 

■ent 275,700.00 76,007.79 

Telecommunications Services... 18,000.00 15,064. 16 

Total $ 1,088,500.00 $ 835,219.66 

Aeronautics - General Office 

Aeronautics Fund 

Operations 

Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Securit} 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Print ir.s 

Telecommunications Services. 

Total 



33,801.20 

2,233.59 

8,295.84 

2,497.05 

171.93 

2,794.38 

858.30 

199,692.21 

2,935.84 



253,280.34 $ 232,356. 



$ 


20,700.00 $ 


15,293.76 


$ 


5,406.24 




1.300.0C 


964.78 




335.22 




1,000.00 


894.72 




105.28 




51,200.00 


42,577.70 




8,622.30 




2,200.00 


.00 




2,200.00 




1,000.00 


640.59 




359.41 




26,000.00 


23,262.57 




2,737.43 




7,100.00 


1,612.60 




5,487.40 


$ 


110,500.00 $ 


85,246.72 


$ 


25,253.28 



Aeronautics - General Office 

Aeronautics Fund 

Refunds 



Refunds $ 



100.00 $ 



15.00 



Aeronautics-General Office 

-.clal Assistance to 

Local Gov'ts for Improve' ts 

of Air Navig'n Fac, Reappr. 

from FY 74 



Aeronautics - General Office 

Transportation Bond Series B Fund 

Awards and Grants 



19,500,000.00 $ 



3,910,584.1 



Aeronautics - Ceneral Office 
Aircraft Medical Support Fund 



15,589,415.32 



Aircraft Medical Support, 



Non-Approp. 



77,530.50 



.00 $ 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 



253 



Aeronautics - General Office 

Federal Airport Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Aeronautics-General Office 
Financial Assistance to Local 
Gov'ts for Improvements of 
Air Navigation Facilities.... $ 



Contractual Services $ 

Commodit ies 

Total $ 



Aeronautics Financial Assist- 
ance to Local Governments.... 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Public Transportation Techni- 
cal Studies 

Public Transportation, Transit 
Development Studies and Rural 
and Non-Metropolitan Areas... 

Total $ 



Grants to Counties for Rural 
Transportation Assistance 
Demonstration Projects 

Grants to Public and Private 
Transit Systems Providing up 
to Half-Share Rate Reductions 
for Transportation of Pupils. 

Grants to Public and Private 
Transit Systems Providing up 
to Half-Share Rate Reductions 
for Transportation of Elderly 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



173,000.00 $ 172,926.72 
59,000.00 58,981.30 



232,000.00 $ 



231,908.02 



Aeronautics - General Office 

Local Airport Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Non-Approp. 



1,306,709.92 



Public Transportation 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



269,600.00 
17,300.00 
12,700.00 
88,000.00 
9,500.00 
2,700.00 
800.00 
8,400.00 

435,700.00 



293,400.00 



224,919.06 

14,350.50 

9,627.60 

62,203.16 

8,738.97 

1,032.86 

619.01 

6,889.97 

160,308.72 



1,138,100.00 $ 



20,499.61 _ 
509,189.46 $ 



Public Transportation 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



18,000,000.00 $ 10,567,655.47 $ 7,432,344.53 

Aeronautics - General Office 

Air Transportation Revolving Fund 

Operations 



1,000,000.00 



Total, 



.00 $ 



10,500,000.00 $ 10,087,812.10 

13,000,000.00 12,060.379.98 
24,500,000.00 $ 22,148,192.08 $ 



73.28 $ 
18.70 



91.98 $ 



44,680.94 

2,949.50 

3,072.40 

25,796.84 

761.03 

1,667.14 

180.99 

1,510.03 

275,391.28 



272,900.39 



628,910.54 $ 



1,000,000.00 



.00 



2,384.86 
334.93 



2,719.79 



.00 $ 314,011.42 



10,644.89 

681.27 

482.30 

12,573.75 

1,654.21 

530.14 

619.01 

2,373.11 

.00 



1,335.26 



30,893.94 



00 



412,187.90 $ 2,563,800.39 



939,620.02 3,173,942.54 
2,351,807.92 $ 5,737,742.93 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Continued) 

Public Transportation 
Downstate Public Transportation Fund 

Awards and Grants 



-riared for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Rural Transportation Assist- 
ance Demonstration Projects. 



6,000,000.00 $ 5,228,447.92 



771,552.08 $ 1,266,785.19 



Public Transportation 

Public Transportation Fund 

Awards and Grants 



"as; .ransportation-Technical 
Studies 



S 107,000,000.00 $ 107,000,000.00 



00 $ 7,328,048.91 



Public Transportation 

Transportation Bond Series E Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Mass Transportation-Capital 
Grants Bond Fund B-Grants to 
Local Gov'ts and Mass Trans- 
portation Authorities & 
Carriers $ 

Mass Trans. Capital Grants 
Bond Fund B-Grants to Local 
Gov'ts & Mass Trans. Auth- 
orities and Carriers, Reappr. 

FT " _ 

Total S 



59,000,000.00 



.00 $ 59,000,000.00 



00 



25 $ 7,625,626.65 $ 46,054,218.60 



112,679,845.25 $ 7,625,626.65 $ 105,054,218.60 



Intercity Rails 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Funding Two-Thirds, State's 
Share of Operating Deficits 
for Intercity Rail, Amtraks 

Chicago-Galesburg-Quincy 

Funding Two-thirds, State's 
Share, of Operating Deficits 
for Intercity Rail, R. Island 
Chicago-Peoria-Rock Island... 
Funding Two-Thirds, State's 
Share, of Operating Deficits 
for Intercity Rail, Amtraks 
Chicago-Bloomington-Sprf Id. . . 
g Two- Thirds, State's 
. of Operating Deficits 
•.ercity Rail, Chicago- 
Kankakee-Chaapalgn-Decatur. . . 
Funding Two-Thirds, State's 

, of Operating Deficits 
•v Rail, Amtraks 

•-ast Dubuque 
Funding Two-Thirds, State's 
. of Operating Dal 

•v Rail, Aatraks 
Chicago-Roc ' • 



500,000.00 $ 467,287.00 $ 32,713.00 $ 319,710.00 



1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00 



800,000.00 249,869.00 



400,000.00 242,780.00 



500.000.00 






6 16.00 



.00 



.00 500,000.00 



550,131.00 111,198.00 



157,220.00 105,008.00 



70,364.00 236,934.00 



200,000.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
TRANSPORTATION (Concluded) 



255 



Intercity Rails (Concluded) 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



unding Two-Thirds, State's 
Share, of Operating Deficits 
for Intercity Rail, CHI/NW 
RR Chicago-Rochelle-Fulton. . . 



Total $ 



24,000.00 



7,918.16 



3,424,000.00 $ 2,397,490.16 



16,081.84 



7,918.16 



1,026,509.84 $ 1,280,768.16 



egular Positions $ 

ontribution Retirement 

ontribution Social Security. . 

ontractual Services 

ravel 

ommodities 

rinting 

quipment 

elecommunications Services... _ 

Total $ 



Motor Fuel Tax Administration 

Motor Fuel Tax-State Fund 

Operations 

2,469,600.00 $ 2,415,260.52 



158,100.00 
116,100.00 
75,300.00 
27,400.00 
4,900.00 
10,000.00 
18,100.00 
10,300.00 



150,896.40 

36,430.53 

70,545.62 

23,942.90 

3,838.68 

5,685.62 

3,272.38 

6,004.98 



54,339.48 $ 

7,203.60 
79,669.47 

4,754.38 

3,457.10 

1,061.32 

4,314.38 
14,827.62 

4,295.02 



116,942.00 
7,320.88 
2,197.79 
12,351.61 
3,322.71 
2,014.80 
1,389.70 
1,200.90 
2,060.86 



2,889,800.00 $ 2,715,877.63 



173,922.37 $ 148,801.25 



Motor Fuel Tax Administration 

Motor Fuel Tax-Counties Fund 

Awards and Grants 



□ tor Fuel Tax Counties $ 78,000,000.00 $ 74,572,103.65 



3,427,896.35 $ 7,168,438.34 



Motor Fuel Tax Administration 

Motor Fuel Tax-Municipalities Fund 

Awards and Grants 

otor Fuel Tax Municipalities. $ 106,100,000.00 $ 102,471,726.24 $ 3,628,273.76 $ 12,345,654.91 

Motor Fuel Tax Administration 

Motor Fuel Tax- Townships and Road Districts Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Dtor Fuel Tax-Road Districts. $ 37,200,000.00 $ 34,156,787.91 



3,043,212.09 $ 3,408,665.57 



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256 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ARTS COUNCIL 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Aypropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue Fund $ 247,719.00 $ 245,214.41 $ 2,504.59 $ 

Awards and Grants: 
General Revenue Fund 680,000.00 665,718.64 14,281.36 _ 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 927,719.00 $ 910,933.05 $ 16,785.95 $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Illinois Arts Council Fed- 
eral Grant Fund Non-Approp. 23,848.08 .00 _ 

Total, Arts Council $ 927,719.00 $ 934,781.13 $ 16,785.95 $ 

Genera 1 Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Regular Positions $ 164,580.00 $ 162,549.57 

Contribution Retirement 10,534.00 10,403.20 

Contribution Social Security.. 7,605.00 7,500.00 

Contractual Services 57,000.00 56,939.52 

Travel 5,000.00 4,822.12 

Commodities 3,000.00 3,000.00 

Total $ 247,719.00 $ 245,214.41 $ 2,504.59 $ 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Education/Special $ 100,000.00 $ 99,999.00 $ 

Performing Arts 318,000.00 317,140.00 

Visual Arts 187,000.00 187,000.00 

Community Arts Councils with 

Approved Written Plan 50,000.00 50,000.00 .00 

Purposes Set Forth in Sec. 2 

when Matched with Private 

Contributions 25,000.00 11,579.64 13,420.36 _ 

Total $ 680,000.00 $ 665,718.64 $ 14,281.36 $ 

General Office 

Illinois Arts Council Federal Grant Fund 

Operations 

Payroll Expenses of Federal 
Orant Program Non-Approp. $ 23,848.08 .00 



7,439.16 
30,951.57 



38,390.73 



.00 



38,390.73 



$ 


2,030.43 




.00 




130.80 




.00 




105.00 




.00 




60.48 


$ 


7,249.54 




177.88 




121.46 




.00 




68.16 



7,439.16 



1.00 $ 


16,216.19 


860.00 


430.54 


.00 


2,725.20 



11,579.64 



.00 



********************** 



TABLE V (Continued) 
BANKS AND TRUST COMPANIES, COMMISSIONER OF 



257 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 
(Including Laps 
Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



1,663,000.00 

106,032.00 

51,500.00 

75,000.00 

325,100.00 

8,700.00 

11,200.00 

3,100.00 

92,800.00 

11,600.00 

1,700.00 



1,646,529.40 

104,960.56 

49,418.28 

65,171.53 

294,322.37 

4,698.07 

9,627.41 

1,885.80 

50,786.92 

11,376.84 

1,145.19 



16,470.60 
1,071.44 
2,081.72 
9,828.47 

30,777.63 
4,001.93 
1,572.59 
1,214.20 

42,013.08 
223.16 
554.81 



75,681.03 
4,824.96 
2,469.47 
4,324.13 

18,266.76 
910.41 
4,007.88 
1,269.20 
3,982.62 
3,314.75 
171.72 



2,349,732.00 $ 2,239,922.37 



109,809.63 $ 



119,222.93 



********************* 

BUREAU OF THE BUDGET 

Summary by Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 

Anti-Pollution Fund 

Capital Development Fund.... 

School Construction Fund. . . . 

Transportation Bond Series A 
Fund 

Transportation Bond Series B 
Fund 

Bureau of the Budget Federal 
Labor Projects Fund 

Bureau of the Budget Federal 
Labor Projects Fund 

CAMPS Manpower Planning 
Program Fund 

Summer Program for Econom- 
ically Disadvantaged 
Youth Fund 

Total, Operations 

Awards and Grants: 
Bureau of the Budget Federal 

Labor Projects Fund 

Bureau of the Budget Federal 
Labor Projects Fund 

Total, Awards and Grants.. 

Refunds: 
CAMPS Manpower Planning 
Program Fund 



$ 1,496,113.00 $ 
46,400.00 
69,600.00 
46,400.00 


1,484,469.91 $ 
24,037.63 
20,813.87 
13,241.62 


11,643.09 § 
22,362.37 
48,786.13 
33,158.38 


91,157.61 

15,000.00 

15,732.00 

9,000.00 


69,600.00 


.00 


69,600.00 


.00 


69,600.00 


9,012.76 


60,587.24 


6,000.00 


5,612,499.00 


2,977,293.49 


2,635,205.51 


789,515.52 


No Approp. 


410,319.62 


.00 


57,821.98 


191,000.00 


153,666.13 


37,333.87 


.00 


1,291,900.00 


992,320.32 


299,579.68 


.00 


8,893,112.00 


6,085,175.35 


3,218,256.27 


984,227.11 


15,785,800.00 


12,112,796.23 


3,673,003.77 


5,239,194.19 


No Approp. 


1,494,151.55 
13,606,947.78 


.00 
3,673,003.77 


270,303.49 


15,785,800.00 


5,509,497.68 


No Approp . 


57,150.89 


.00 


.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
BUREAU OF THE BUDGET (Continued) 



Summary by Category and Fund (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



I Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Summer Program for Econom- 
ically Disadvantaged Youth 
Fund _ 

Total, Refunds 

L, Appropriated Funds $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Economic Opportunity Fund... 
Governors Office Compre- 
hensive Planning Fund 



Refunds: 
Coordination Fund. 



Total, Non-Appropriated Funds. 



Total, Bureau of the Budget. 



No Approp. 



367,587.99 



.00 



424,738. 



.00 



24,678,912.00 $ 20,116,862.01 $ 6,891,260.04 $ 6,493,724.79 



Non-Approp. $ 
Non-Approp. 

Non-Approp. 



254,159.37 
55,075.54 

3,986.49 
313,221.40 



.00 $ 26,870.76 
.00 .00 



.00 



,00 



.00 $ 26,870.76 



24,678,912.00 $ 20,430,083.41 $ 6,891,260.04 $ 6,520,595.55 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing... 
Telecommunications Services. . 

Total 





General 


Office 








General 


Revenue Fund 








Operat 


ions 






$ 


1,003,927.00 


$ 


1,001,426.70 $ 


2,500.30 $ 


-301.28 




60,103.00 




59,364.36 


738.64 


211.16 




41,583.00 




41,514.53 


68.47 


96.12 




105,500.00 




101,136.19 


4,363.81 


15,764.56 




48,000.00 




47,819.54 


180.46 


6,111.41 




9,500.00 




9,009.70 


490.30 


404.67 




36,000.00 




34,159.36 


1,840.64 


3,895.92 




4,150.00 




4,129.37 


20.63 


.00 




155,000.00 




153,591.78 


1,408.22 


56,227.15 




32,350.00 




32,318.38 


31.62 


8,747.90 


$ 


1,496,113.00 


$ 


1,484,469.91 $ 


11,643.09 $ 


91,157.61 



Expenses Relating to Sale 
of State Bonds $ 



Expenses Relating to Sale of 
Stste Bonds $ 



General Office 

Anti-Pollution Fund 

Operations 



46,400.00 $ 24,037. 

General Office 

Capital Development Fund 

Operations 



69,600.00 $ 



20,813.87 



22,362.37 $ 



48,786.13 $ 



15,000.00 



15,732.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
BUREAU OF THE BUDGET (Continued) 

General Office 

School Construction Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 
Lapsed at 
:ptember 30, 
1975 



Expenses Relating to Sale of 
State Bonds $ 46,400.00 $ 13,241.62 $ 33,158.38 

General Office 

Transportation Bond Series A Fund 

Operations 

Expenses Relating to Sale of 
State Bonds $ 69,600.00 .00 $ 69,600.00 

General Office 

Transportation Bond Series B Fund 

Operations 

Expenses Relating to Sale 
of State Bonds $ 69,600.00 $ 9,012.76 $ 60,587.24 

General Office 

Governors Office Comprehensive Planning Fund 

Operations 

Expenses-Comprehensive 
Planning Fund Non-Approp. $ 55,075.54 .00 

Office of Manpower 

Bureau of the Budget Federal Labor Projects Fund 

Operations 

State Manpower Service Coun- 
cil Operations $ 499,000.00 $ 465,887.40 $ 33,112.60 

Development of an Illinois Man- 
power Information System 144,000.00 143,912.20 87.80 

Public Service Employment 
Programs 1,220,400.00 1,186,355.61 34,044.39 

Public Service Employment 
Programs 1,287,499.00 1,181,138.28 106,360.72 

Emergency Employment Act 
Programs 2,461,600.00 .00 2,461,600.00 

Total $ 5,612,499.00 $ 2,977,293.49 $ 2,635,205.51 

Office of Manpower 

Bureau of the Budget Federal Labor Projects Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Grants-In-Aid and Purchase of 
Services Under Title I of the 
Federal Comprehensive Employ- 
ment and Training Act $ 12,672,200.00 $ 9,711,962.23 $ 2,960,237.77 

Grants for Vocational Educa- 
tion Purposes 3,113,600.00 2,400,834.00 712,766.00 

Total $ 15,785,800.00 $ 12,112,796.23 $ 3,673,003.77 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



9,000.00 



.00 



6,000.00 



.00 



$ 64,615.96 

.00 

4,599.96 

720,299.60 

.00 

$ 789,515.52 



$ 4,560,653.19 

678,541.00 

$ 5,239,194.19 



26C 



TABLE V (Continued) 
BUREAU OF THE BUDGET (Concluded) 



Office of Manpower 

5ureau of the Budget Federal Labor Projects Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



r.tter 
-<fers) 



I Exi enditures 

(Includine Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July I to 
September 30, 
1975) 



.istrative Expenses of the 
Grants in Aid Project CETA 

Title I No Approp. $ 257,125.56 .00 

Administrative Expenses of the 
Purchase of Services Project 

from CETA-Title I No Approp. 128,109.81 .00 

Grants and Administrative Ex- 
penses of the CETA-Title VI 

Job Program Xo Approp. 25,084.25 1 00 

Total $ 410,319.62 .00 

Office of Manpower 

Bureau of the Budget Federal Labor Projects Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Distributive Grants to State 
Agencies Under CETA-Title VI. No Approp. $ 1,494,151.55 .00 

Office of Manpower 

CAMPS Manpower Planning Program Fund 

Operations 

Cooperative Area Manpower 
Planning System Activities... $ 191,000.00 $ 153,666.13 $ 37,333.87 

Office of Manpower 

CAMPS Manpower Planning Program Fund 

Refunds 

Refund of Federal Grant No Approp. $ 57,150.89 .00 

Office of Manpower 

Coordination Fund 

Refunds 

Refund of Federal Grant Non-Approp. $ 3,986.49 .00 

Office of Manpower 

Economic Opportunity Fund 

Operations 

Expenses of the OEO Community 
Action Program Crant Non-Approp. $ 254,159.37 .00 

Office of Manpower 

Summer Program for Economically Disadvantaged Youth Fund 

Operations 

Summer Programs for Disadvant- 
aged Youth $ 1,291,900.00 $ 992,320.32 $ 299,579.68 

Offlct "f Manpower 
Summer Program for Economically Disadvantaged Youth Fund 
>mds 

Refund of Unaxpanded Gr- 
ebe Federal Government $ 367,587.99 .00 



24,784.99 
14,235.44 
18,801.55 



57,821.98 



270,303.49 



.00 



.00 



.00 



26,870.76 



.00 



.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD 



261 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue Fund. 



5,202,507.00 $ 5,041,055.29 



161,451.71 $ 



163,735.00 



Awards and Grants: 
Capital Development Fund. 
School Construction Fund. 

Total, Awards and Grants.. 



105,458,367.20 
135,000,000.00 

240,458,367.20 



38,871,888.91 
18,289,526.02 

57,161,414.93 



66,586,478.29 
116,710,473.98 

183,296,952.27 



548,449.26 
.00 

548,449.26 



Permanent Improvements : 

General Revenue Fund 

Capital Development Fund. 



3,233,700.00 
195,959,925.04 



590,284.35 
59,163,947.61 



2,643,415.65 
136,795,977.43 



.00 
984,693.60 



Total, Permanent Improvements 



199,193,625.04 



59,754,231.96 



139,439,393.08 



984,693.60 



Total, Appropriated Funds $ 444,854,499.24 $ 121,956,702.18 $ 322,897,797.06 $ 1,696,877.86 



NON- APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
CDB Contributory Trust Fund. 



Non-Approp, 



32,052.283.56 



.00 



,00 



Total, Capital Development 
Board 



$ 444,854,499.24 $ 154,008,985.74 $ 322,897,797.06 $ 1,696,877.86 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. . 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing. . . . 
Telecommunications Services... _ 

Total $ 



3,616,513.00 

233,124.00 

152,094.00 

579,103.00 

192,033.00 

31,779.00 

41,600.00 

76,315.00 

76,231.00 

88,960.00 



3,500,458.37 

222,424.15 

140,344.33 

571,393.51 

191,964.00 

30,816.76 

34,078.52 

76,295.55 

72,984.55 

88,896.94 



116,054.63 

10,699.85 

11,749.67 

7,709.49 

69.00 

962.24 

7,521.48 

19.45 

3,246.45 

63.06 



26,697.86 
2,171.44 
1,468.91 

53,616.02 

20,580.43 
1,641.80 

10,215.47 
3,593.40 
4,363.67 

31,266.24 



5,087,752.00 $ 4,929,656.68 



158,095.32 $ 155,615.24 



General Office 

Capital Development Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Elementary and Secondary 

Facilities, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

Vocational Technical Buildings 

Reapprop . from FY 74 



16,107,559.05 $ 12,033,254.82 



14,504,163.81 



5,539,231.18 



$ 4,074,304.23 
8,964,932.63 



.00 
.00 



_-: 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Continued) 



General Office 

Capital Development Fund 

Awards and Grants (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Containerized Cargo Handling 
Facilities for Chicago 
Regional Port District, 

Reapprop. from FY 74 

ide for the Acquisition 
Construction, Rental and Dis- 

lon of School Bldgs., 
Vocational Technical Schools. 



Total. 



3,000,000.00 



6,000,000.00 



.00 



3,000,000.00 



5,966,760.39 



39,611,722.86 $ 17,605,725.61 $ 22,005,997.25 

General Office 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



.00 



.00 



.00 



Construction of Courts Com- 
plex in Springfield for 
Circuit and Appellate Courts 
and for Legal and Paralegal 
Education $ 

Remodeling and Renovation of 
Office Space for the Capital 
Development Board in 
Springfield 

Total 



School Construction Projects 
of Districts Exceeding 
500,000, Reapprop. from FY 74 

School Construction Projects 
of Districts with less than 
500,000, Reapprop. from 
FY 74 

Debt Service for School Dis- 
trict with less than 500,000, 
Reapprop. from FY 74 

Grants to School Districts 
Pursuant to Law 

Total B 



2,500,000.00 $ 



14,125.70 



2,485,874.30 



00 





410,000.00 


188,383.81 






221,616.19 


.00 


s 


2,910,000.00 $ 


202,509.51 


$ 


2 


707,490.49 


.00 




General Office 

School Construction Fund 

Awards and Grants 










$ 


25,000,000.00 


.00 


$ 


25 


000,000.00 


.00 




50,000,000.00 $ 


462,846.74 




49 


537,153.26 


.00 




10,000,000.00 


9,990,147.81 






9,852.19 


.00 




50,000,000.00 


7,836,531.47 




42 


163,468.53 


.00 


$ 


135,000,000.00 $ 


18,289,526.02 


$ 


116 


710,473.98 


.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Continued) 



263 



Equal Economic Opportunity Contract Compliance Program 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



tegular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Cravel 

Commodities 

•equipment 

Celecommunications Services.. 

Total 



$ 


80,071.00 


$ 


80,020.39 


$ 


50.61 




.00 




5,125.00 




5,121.33 




3.67 




.00 




4,684.00 




3,999.22 




684.78 




.00 




14,300.00 




12,532.56 




1,767.44 




.00 




4,645.00 




4,643.37 




1.63 


$ 


4,643.37 




360.00 




352.55 




7.45 




74.10 




4,030.00 




3,925.90 




104.10 




2,599.00 




1,540.00 




803.29 




736.71 




803.29 


$ 


114,755.00 


$ 


111,398.61 


$ 


3,356.39 


$ 


8,119.76 



emodeling Work at the Gales- 
burg State Research Hospital 
Lab $ 



Agriculture 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



150,000.00 $ 



36.54 



149,963.46 



.00 



quipment of Media 

Distribution $ 

quipment & Completion of 
Buildings, Reapprop. from FY73 
ite Improvements, Various 
Projects, Reapprop. from FY 73 



Chicago State University 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



250,000.00 .00 

505,275.20 $ 422,797.43 
819,729.87 312,958.03 



250,000.00 

82,477.77 

506,771.84 



Total. 



1,575,005.07 $ 



735,755.46 



839,249.61 



Eastern Illinois University 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



emodeling Student Services 
Building 

ehabilitation of Coleman Hall 
ehabilitation of McAfee 

Gymnasium 

quipment for A Classroom 
Building, Reapprop. from FY 73 
quipment & Completion of 
Buildings, Reapprop. from 

FY 74 

quipment for a Physical Plant 
Building, Reapprop. from FY 73 

Total $ 



$ 


191,900.00 


$ 


25,498.53 


$ 


166,401.47 




162,100.00 




.00 




162,100.00 




348,200.00 




.00 




348,200.00 


J 


83,168.78 




79,005.89 




4,162.89 




43,476.51 




40,531.00 




2,945.51 


3 


34,846.95 




19,796.48 




15,050.47 


$ 


863,692.24 


$ 


164,831.90 


$ 


698,860.34 



quipment for Classrooms, 
Reapprop. from FY 73 $ 



Governor's State University 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



922,229.81 $ 



653,721.33 $ 



268,508.48 



,00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Continued) 

Governor's State University (Concluded) 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



1,054,926.11 



Northeastern Illinois University 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Site Improvements for Phase I 

Buildings, Reapprop. from 

FY 73 895,000.00 416,988.03 478,011.97 

Equipment of Campus Buildings, 

prop, from FY 74 1,068,278.02 759,872.36 308,405.66 

Total $ 2,885,507.83 $ 1,830,581.72 

Construction of Library 

Electrical Service Expansion 

for Library 

Land 4 for Construction of 

Parking Facilities, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

Rehabilitation of Abraham 

Lincoln Center, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

Equipment for Classroom & for 

Science Building, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

Equipment for a Boiler House, 

Reapprop. from FY 74 

Equipment for Abe Lincoln 

Center, Reapprop. from FY 73. 

Total $ 

Various Minor Park Improve- 
ments $ 755,900.00 $ 118,961.30 $ 636,938.70 

Planning and Construction of 
Road Improvements and Parking 
Lots 3,502,800.00 4,497.53 3,498,302.47 

Little Grassy Hatchery, 
Reapprop. from FY 74 150,000.00 41,409.90 108,590.10 

Channeling, Dredging, Levee 
and Lake Planning and 
Construction 210,700.00 4,129.27 206,570.73 

Rend Lake Campground Develop- 
ment, Reapprop. from FY 74... 732,900.00 43,877.67 689,022.33 

Planning and Construction of 
Service and Storage Buildings 
and Water Supplies 242,000.00 18,260.08 223,739.92 

Lake Defiance Phase II Devel- 
opment, Reapprop. from FY 74. 218,000.00 124,920.00 93,080.00 

Planning, Relocation and Re- 
novation of Hlat' - 
Landmark* 196,700.00 52,771.69 143,928.31 



$ 


7 


,865,000.00 


$ 225,000.00 


$ 


7 


640,000.00 


.00 






32,000.00 


.00 






32,000.00 


.00 






365,073.00 


255,284.41 






109,788.59 


.00 




2 


,687,303.22 


278,083.92 




2 


409,219.30 


.00 






52,210.53 


36,111.84 






16,098.69 


.00 






15,000.00 


.00 






15,000.00 


.00 






50,000.00 


.00 






50,000.00 


.00 


$ 


11 


066,586.75 


$ 794,480.17 


$ 


10 


272,106.58 


.00 






Conservation 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 











TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITOL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Continued) 

Conservation (Concluded) 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



265 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps< 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Pere Marquette Road Improve- 
ment, Reapprop. from FY 74... 

Restoration and Improvements 
to the Historical Buildings 
at Jubilee College State Park 

Cave-In-Rock Campground De- 
velopment, Reapprop. from 
FY 74 

Planning and Construction of 
Various Statewide Wildlife, 
Fisheries and Forestry Project 

Mississippi Palisades Road Im- 
provement, Reapprop. from 
FY 74 

Planning and Construction of 
Boat Ramps, Boat Launches and 
Access Area Improvement 

Mississippi River Area Levees, 
Reapprop. from FY 74 

Lincoln Salt Creek Phase I 
Development, Reapprop. from 
FY 74 

White Pines Restoration, Lodge 
Complex, Reapprop. from FY 74 

Shelbyville West, Campground 
and Day Use Area Development, 
Reapprop . from FY 74 

Starved Rock, Day Use Area 
Development, Roads, Parking, 
Reapprop. from FY 74 

Shelbyville East, Class B 
Campground, Reapprop. from 
FY 74 

Rock Cut Roads, New Area, 
Reapprop . from FY 74 

Construction of Multiple Use 
on All Recreational Lands, 
Reapprop . from FY 74 

Land Acquisition and Related 
Costs 

Land Acquisition and Related 
Costs, Reapprop. from FY 74.. 

Conservation for Planning, 
Improvement and Development 
of Sites and Campgrounds 

Construction of Multiple Use 
Facilities, Reapprop. from 
FY 73 

Total 



220,000.00 




.00 


55,000.00 




.00 


129,000.00 




9,574.30 


t 98,000.00 




9,605.40 


229,752.50 




229,700.00 


80,200.00 




.00 


122,000.00 




11,177.53 


162,200.00 




24,680.44 


335,000.00 




25,477.19 


446,500.00 




37,905.24 


456,000.00 




25,777.18 


166,500.00 




.00 


402,200.00 




.00 


1,104,700.00 




248,489.24 


10,000,000.00 


1 


,822,709.78 


6,602,201.88 


3 


,135,246.75 


3,222,200.00 




100,682.84 


15,767,746.07 


6 


,012,369.27 


$ 45,608,200.45 $ 


12 


,102,222.60 



220,000.00 
55,000.00 

119,425.70 

88,394.60 

52.50 

80,200.00 
110,822.47 

137,519.56 
309,522.81 

408,594.76 

430,222.82 

166,500.00 
402,200.00 

856,210.76 
8,177,290.22 
3,466,955.13 

3,121,517.16 

9,755,376.80 
$ 33,505,977.85 



.00 



.00 



.00 



00 



.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 



.00 

.00 
.00 

16.90 
.00 
.00 

.00 

16.90 



,00 



266 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Continued) 



Corrections 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Plans and Specifications for a 
Dining Room, Stateville Cor- 
rectional Center $ 

Reroofing of General Store and 
Reinsulation of Freezers, 
Stateville Correctional 
Center 

Replacement of a Security 
Locking System in Cellhouse B 
Stateville Correctional 
Center 

New Breeching for Boilers and 
a y.'ev Smoke Stack for the 
Boiler Room, Stateville Cor- 
rectional Center 

Rehabilitation of AD Building 
Basement, Menard Correction 
Center 

Hot Water in Cell Houses, 
Menard Correction Center 

Rehabilitation of Dining Room, 
Pontiac Correction Center. . . . 

Installation of Hot Water to 
Three Cell Houses, Pontiac 
Correctional Center 

Reroofing of Various Buildings 
Joliet Correctional Center... 

Remodeling Dormitories, Van- 
dalia Correction Center 

Plans and Specifications for a 
Recreational Building, Van- 
dalia Correctional Center.... 

Replacement of Window Units, 
Sheridan Correction Center... 

Rehabilitation of Electrical 
System, Juvenile Field 
Services-Chicago 

Installation of Cas Boilers, 
St. Charles 

Construction of Addition to 
Cottage, Ceneva 

Construction of Sewage Treat- 
Bent Facility, Hanna City 

Installation of New Roofs, 
Vail. 

Rehabilitation of Sewage Sys- 
tem, Valley View 

Remodeling of the Basements of 
Round Cellhouaes Into Multi- 
purpose Facilities, Stateville 
Correctional Center 

Hew Roof for the Induf>* 
Building, Stateville Ct 
tlonal Center 



105,000.00 $ 



100,000.00 



8,000.00 



500.00 



97,000.00 



200,000.00 


12,563.38 


187,436.62 


40,000.00 


3,456.29 


36,543.71 


175,000.00 


.00 


175,000.00 


153,000.00 


.00 


153,000.00 


350,000.00 


646.56 


349,353.44 


160,000.00 


.00 


160,000.00 


150,000.00 


10,801.58 


139,198.42 


250,000.00 


28.71 


249,971.29 


30,000.00 


22.19 


29,977.81 


165,000.00 


11,030.13 


153,969.87 


50,000.00 


3,250.98 


46,749.02 


150,000.00 


10,045.74 


139,954.26 


400,000.00 


.00 


400,000.00 


135,000.00 


10,527.20 


124,472.80 


147,000.00 


4,309.33 


142,690.67 


180,000.00 


5,272.67 


174,727.33 


400,000.00 


59,097.05 


340,902.95 


100,000.00 


500.00 


99,500.00 



.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Continued) 

Corrections (Concluded) 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Purchase and Installation of 
New Laundry Equipment, State- 
ville Correctional Center.... 

Dividing Cell House B into Two 
Cell Houses, Stateville Cor- 
rectional Center 

Air Conditioning the Randolph 
Hall Complex, Menard Cor- 
rectional Center 

Reroofing Various Buildings, 
Pontiac Correctional Center. . 

Installation of Transformers 
and Wiring in the Administra- 
tion Building, Joliet Cor- 
rectional Center 

Installation of Hot Water to 
the Cells, Joliet Correc- 
tional Center 

Construction of Two New Cot- 
tages , St . Charles 

Total 



60,000.00 

50,000.00 

125,000.00 
30,000.00 



.00 



.00 



11,016.07 
1,976.61 



60,000.00 

50,000.00 

113,983.93 
28,023.39 





25,000.00 




1,834.85 




23,165.15 




50,000.00 




.00 




50,000.00 




400,000.00 




10,005.70 




389,994.30 


$ 


4,180,000.00 


$ 


164,885.04 


$ 


4,015,114.96 



,00 



Western Illinois University 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Equipment for Womens Physical 
Education Building 

Equipment for a Women's Physi- 
cal Education Facility, 
Reapprop. from FY 73 

Equipment for Tillman Hall.... 

Extension of Water Lines for 
Fire Protection 

Remodeling and Rehabilitation 
Simkins Hall 

Preliminary plans for a new 
Library 

Equipment and Furnishings of 
Campus Buildings, Reapprop. 
from FY 74 

Remodeling and Rehabilitation 
of Campus Buildings, Reapprop. 
from FY 74 

Campus Underground Electrical 
Distribution System, Reapprop. 
from FY 74 

Total 



$ 


98,100.00 $ 


25,533.33 


$ 


72,566.67 


.00 




153,892.40 


97,463.44 




56,428.96 


.00 




115,000.00 


17,577.08 




97,422.91 $ 


-29.58 




158,600.00 


10,686.36 




147,913.64 


.00 




389,000.00 


28,540.82 




360,459.18 


.00 




168,800.00 


120,528.00 




48,272.00 


.00 




209,180.00 


116,367.17 




92,812.83 


.00 




330,623.00 


330,622.06 




.94 


29.58 




95,366.63 


94,138.10 




1,228.53 


.00 


$ 


1,718,562.03 $ 


841,456.37 


$ 


877,105.66 


.00 



Equipment for New Library $ 



Illinois State University 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



1,391,500.00 $ 



13,255.66 $ 



1,378,244.34 



.00 



268 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Continued) 

Illinois State University (Concluded) 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Remodeling East Gate Hall 

Installation of New Boiler in 

Heating Plant 

Planning and Renovation of 

» Hall 

Rehabilitation of Felmley Hall 
Rehabilitation of University 



Fire Alarm System 

Rehabilitation of Milner 

Library 

Site Improvements, Reapprop. 

from FY 74 

-jction of a Library, 

Reapprop. from FY 73 

Equipping Education Building & 

Graduate Study Center, 

Reapprop. from FY 73 

Remodeling and Rehabilitation 

of Felmley Hall, Reapprop. 

from FY 74 

Total 

Planning and Design for the 
Expansion of the Capitol 
Complex $ 

Planning of State Office 
Building 4 Satellite Centers 
in Chicago 

Construction of a State Office 
Building in East St. Louis, 
Reapprop. from FY 73 

Pollution Control Including 
Planning Drawings and Specs. 
Reapprop. FY 73 _ 

Total $ 

Equlpaent for New Libr 
Building 

Planning of Stean Conn« 
Between Last and West Heating 
Plants and Construction of 

:al Phase 

R«siod«llng of Davis Hall 





128,870.00 


4,004.00 


124,866.00 


.00 




444,500.00 


27,747.41 


416,752.59 


.00 




300,000.00 


.00 


300,000.00 


.00 




200,000.00 


17,888.43 


182,111.57 


.00 




200,000.00 


.00 


200,000.00 


.00 




82,280.00 


.00 


82,280.00 


.00 




63,900.00 


19.58 


63,880.42 


.00 




75,000.00 


58,553.36 


16,446.64 


.00 




3,601,795.00 


2,449,885.54 


1,151,909.46 


.00 




207,220.16 


196,338.78 


10,881.38 


.00 




661,294.00 


58,815.90 


602,478.10 


.00 


$ 


7,356,359.16 $ 


2,826,508.66 $ 


4,529,850.50 


.00 



General Services 
Capital Development Fund 
Permanent Improvements 



1,500,000.00 $ 350,956.51 $ 1,149,043.49 

925,000.00 78,000.00 847,000.00 

2,597,949.57 1,584,340.63 1,013,608.94 



374,514.70 203,299.17 



171,215.53 



5,397,464.27 $ 2,216,596.31 $ 3,180,867.96 

Northern Illinois University 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



1,090,000.00 



Oli, 700.00 

. 00 9 



.00 $ 1,090,000.00 



.00 
43,183.62 



513,700.00 
757,516.38 



,00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Continued) 



269 



Northern Illinois University (Concluded) 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Site Improvements, Reapprop. 

from FY 74 45,000.00 .00 45,000.00 

Utilities for Faraday Hall, 

Reapprop. from FY 74 183,037.68 115,209.00 67,828.68 

Construction of a Library, 

Reapprop. from FY 73 6,660,076.29 4,366,811.02 2,293,265.27 

Equipping Buildings, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 393,700.25 293,762.06 99,938.19 

Pollution Control Including 

Planning, Construction and 

Installation of an Incinera- 
tor, Reapprop. from FY 73 56,756.00 34,452.07 22,303.93 

Total $ 9,742,970.22 $ 4,853,417.77 $ 4,889,552.45 

Sangamon State University 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 

Installation of a Heating 

and Cooling System $ 

Durable Equipment for Brookens 

Library 

Equipment for Public Affairs 

Center 

Utilities Extension in North 

Quadrant 

Utilities Extension for Public 

Affairs Center 

Storm Sewer System 

Expansion of the Public Affair 

Center in Order to Provide 

Performing Arts Capability... 
Equipping the Library Building 

Reapprop. from FY 73 

Construction of Public Affairs 

Center, Reapprop. from FY 73. 
Construction of a Library, 

Reapprop. from FY 73 

Total $ 

Rehabilitation of Patient 

Building, Galesburg State 

Research Hospital $ 200,000.00 $ 115,123.00 $ 84,877.00 

Road Repairs, Manteno State 

Hospital 100,000.00 6,634.71 93,365.29 

Support Systems Design and 

Repairs, Elgin State Hospital 230,000.00 10,500.00 219,500.00 
Rehabilitation of Patient 

Buildings, John J. Madden 

Zone Center 10,000.00 736.25 9,263.75 



$ 1,410,000.00 $ 




18,608.40 $ 


1,391,391.60 


419,400.00 




.00 


419,400.00 


300,000.00 




.00 


300,000.00 


28,600.00 




13,030.79 


15,569.21 


33,500.00 




.00 


33,500.00 


103,400.00 




22.19 


103,377.81 


2,725,000.00 




72,419.85 


2,652,580.15 


566,242.00 




28,740.60 


537,501.40 


8,449,054.78 


1 


,343,810.77 


7,105,244.01 


2,575,977.00 


1 


,450,516.77 


1,125,460.23 


$ 16,611,173.78 $ 


2 


,927,149.37 $ 


13,684,024.41 



Mental Health 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Continued) 

Mental Health 

General Revenue Fund (Continued) 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Rehabilitation of Patient 

Buildings, Tinley Park Mental 

Health Center 125,000.00 

5i:e Improvements, Andrew 

irland Zone Center 22,000.00 

Support Systems Design and 

Improvements, Jacksonville 

State Hospital 180,000.00 

ilitation of Patient 

Buildings, Jacksonville State 

Hospital 320,000.00 

Interior Painting and Necessary 

Rehabilitation, Adolf Meyer 

Zone Center 120,000.00 

Rehabilitation of Patient 

Buildings, Alton State 

Hospital 100,000.00 

Interior Painting and Neces- 
sary Rehabilitation, Illinois 

tal Health Institutes 225,000.00 

Rehabilitation of Patient 

Buildings Including Planning, 

Dixon State School 100,000.00 

Site Improvements, Dixon State 

School 75,000.00 

Air Conditioning and Support 
tea Installation and 

Repair, Dixon State School... 85,000.00 
Rehabilitation of Patient 

Buildings, Lincoln State 

School 100,000.00 

Repairs of Various Support 

Systems Including Painting, 

Lincoln State School 290,000.00 

Installation of Fly-Ash Col- 
lectors, Lincoln State 

School 260,000.00 

Improving Patient Recreation 

Facilities, Warren G. Murray 

Children's Center 180,000.00 

Improvements Necessary for 

Accreditation, Elizabeth 

Ludeman Developmental Center. 30,000.00 
Air Conditioning and Miscella- 
neous Rehabilitation, 

. -im C. Gox Children's 

Center 140,000.00 

Improvement of Patients Rec- 
reation Facilities, A.L. 

Boven Children's Center 72,000.00 

Repairs and Improvements to 

Patient Buildings, A.L. 

Bovens Children's Cent'-r :>,, 000.00 



8,547.96 
2,761.73 

24,494.60 

112,713.70 

9,221.32 



15,379.28 

75,000.00 
5,201.39 

7,430.89 

1,264.02 

45,630.88 

17,192.58 

13,848.84 

2,081.12 

26,047.95 
10,525.33 
2,975.66 



116,452.04 
19,238.27 

155,505.40 

207,286.30 

110,778.68 

90,406.79 

209,620.72 

25,000.00 
69,798.61 

77,569.11 

98,735.98 

244,369.12 

242,807.42 

166,151.16 

27,918.88 

113,952.05 
61,474.67 
33,024.34 



.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 



.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 



.00 



.00 



,00 



.00 



00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Continued) 

Mental Health 

General Revenue Fund (Concluded) 

Permanent Improvements 



271 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Capital Planning 

Capital Planning, Reapprop. 
from FY 72 _ 

Total $ 



Air Conditioning B Row, Gales- 
burg State Research Hospital, 
Reapprop. from FY 73 ! 

Air Conditioning and Remodel- 
ing Patient Units, Elgin 
State Hospital 

Sewer Line Extension of the 
Institution Sanitary System 
to City of Tinley Park, 
Tinley Park Mental Health Ctr. 

Rehabilitation of Power Plant, 
Manteno State Hospital, 
Reapprop. from FY 73 

Underground Electrical Distri- 
bution System, Anna State 
Hospital 

Re-Roofing, Adolf Meyer Zone 
Center, Reapprop. from FY 73. 

Site Improvements, Chester 
Health Center 

Construction of New Hospital, 
Including Site Improvements, 
Illinois Security Hospital, 
Reapprop. from FY 1973 

Re-Roofing of Administration 
Building and Patient Unit A-5 
Dixon State School, Reapprop. 
from FY 73 

Repairs & Renovations to Cot- 
tages A-9 and B-9, Dixon 
State School, Reapprop. from 
FY 73 

Site Improvements for Activity 
Center and Power Plant, Dixon 
State School, Reapprop. from 
FY 1973 

Installation of a Trash Com- 
pactor, Dixon State School 
Reapprop. from FY 73 



100,000.00 46,694.79 
133,700.00 20,685.14 



3,233,700.00 $ 



590,284.35 



Mental Health 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



157,600.00 $ 139,446.48 



300,000.00 

300,000.00 

900,000.00 

800,000.00 
949,841.24 
150,000.00 



60,000.00 



438,015.69 



19,242.70 

19,163.74 

825.00 

342,378.75 

706,186.40 

.00 



2,362,143.17 2,243,555.74 



29,853.00 



438,015.69 



34,963.46 20,553.60 
19,974.33 19,475.00 



53,305.21 
113,014.86 



2,643,415.65 



280,836.26 

899,175.00 

457,621.25 
243,654.84 
150,000.00 

118,587.43 

30,147.00 

.00 

14,409.86 
499.33 



.00 

.00 



.00 



18,153.52 $ 43,144.42 
280,757.30 .00 



.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 

651,383.84 

.00 

815.00 



.00 



.00 



272 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Continued) 



Mental Health 

Capital Development Fund (Continued) 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Air Conditioning Bowen Cot- 
tage Lincoln State School, 
Reapprop. from FY 73 

Air Conditioning Two Buildings 
Lincoln State School, 
Reapprop. from FY 73 

Construction of New Medical/ 
Surgical Building, Lincoln 
State School, Reapprop. from 
FY 73 

Site Improvement at Tinley 
Park Mental Health Center 
Campus, Reapprop. from FY 73. 

Construction of Residential 
Facility Including Site Im- 
provements at Waukegan, 
Reapprop. from FY 73 

Site Improvements, Waukegan 
Retardation Center 

Equipment, Waukegan Retarda- 
tion Center 

Sprinkler System, B,C and E 
Rows, Galesburg State Hospital 

-• Plant Improvements, 
Galesburg State Hospital 

Installation of a Fire Alarm, 
Manteno State Hospital 

Rehabilitation of the Sewage 
Treatment Plant, Manteno 
State Hospital 

Air Conditioning Two Patient 
t», Manteno State Hospital 

Rehabilitation of Patient 
Units to Comply with Accre- 
dation Standards, Jackson- 
ville State Hospital 

Renovation of Underground 
Electrical Distribution 

-, Jacksonville State 
Hospital 

Installation of a Fire Alarm 
System, Dixon State School... 

Purchase and Installation of a 
Trash Compactor for Central 
■ sry, Dixon State School.. 

Provision of Proper Humidity 
Temperature and Ventilation 
for Cereal Stores Area, Dixon 
State School 

Planning and Rehabilitation of 
Toilets and Shower Areas, 
Painting and Ventllat! 
Patient Unlta, Dixon State... 

Planning for Renovation of 
Patient Unit "B Infirmary I", 
Dixon State School 



220,000.00 


218,114.60 


1,885.40 


25 


177.31 


478,344.56 


476,196.48 


2,148.08 


66 


398.39 


817,157.63 


806,734.97 


10,422.66 


164 


146.65 


175,000.00 


80,571.07 


94,428.93 




.00 


723,183.43 


619,322.73 


103,860.70 


31 


785.03 


213,000.00 


90,477.52 


122,522.48 




.00 


750,000.00 


593,864.79 


156,135.21 




.00 


380,000.00 


31,821.61 


348,178.39 




.00 


220,000.00 


22,491.00 


197,509.00 




.00 


250,000.00 


16,549.87 


233,450.13 




.00 


400,000.00 


250.00 


399,750.00 




.00 


450,000.00 


27,902.98 


422,097.02 




.00 


500,000.00 


92,089.01 


407,910.99 




.00 


500,000.00 


88,164.71 


411,835.29 




.00 


300,000.00 


119,094.94 


180,905.06 




.00 


20,000.00 


.00 


20,000.00 




.00 



70,000.00 

875,000.00 
X), 000. 00 



51,846.68 



22,500.00 



63,128.54 



823,153.32 



.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Continued) 



273 



Mental Health 

Capital Development Fund (Continued) 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Construct Institution for 
the Mentally Retarded, Tinley 
Park Mental Health Center, 
Reapprop. from FY 74 

Installation of Protective 
Security Type Window Screens, 
Dixon State School 

Construction of Children and 
Adolescent Village, Chicago- 
Read Mental Health Center, 
Reapprop. from FY 74 

Planning of the Rehabilitation 
of the Nursery and Cottage 
A- 13 Dixon State School 

Planning for a Fire Alarm 
System, Dixon State School... 

Installation of Aluminum 
Awnings on the Nursery Bldg. , 
Dixon State School 

Equipment, New Illinois Se- 
curity Hospital, Reapprop. 
from FY 74 

Installation of a Fire Alarm 
System, Kankakee State 
Hospital 

Air Conditioning Two Patient 
Units, Kankakee State Hospital 

Rehabilitation of Various 
Patient Units, Kankakee State 
Hospital 

Planning of the Rehabilitation 
of Six Residential Units, 
Lincoln State School 

Replacement of Roofs on Various 
Buildings, Lincoln State 
School 

Repair of Asphalt Roads on the 
Main and Annex Campus, Lincoln 
State School 

Air Conditioning and Ventila- 
tion of Patient Residential 
Units, Lincoln State School.. 

Replacement of Wooden Window 
Units on Various Buildings, 
Lincoln State School 

Replacement of the Ash Receiv- 
er on the Main Campus Power 
Plant, Lincoln State School.. 

Rehabilitation of Two Patient 
Units, Lincoln State School.. 

Demolition of Vacated Building 
Chicago-Read Mental Health 
Center 

Site Improvements, Chicago- 
Read Mental Health Center 



543,004.22 



50,000.00 



332,436.83 



63.09 



210,567.39 



49,936.91 



.00 



.00 



569,064.05 


387,001.70 


182,062.35 


1,842.96 


90,000.00 


59,134.95 


30,865.05 


.00 


20,000.00 


20,000.00 


.00 


.00 


8,400.00 


.00 


8,400.00 


.00 


350,000.00 


101,790.95 


248,209.05 


.00 


300,000.00 


22,480.46 


277,519.54 


.00 


500,000.00 


37,473.78 


462,526.22 


.00 


200,000.00 


16,008.48 


183,991.52 


.00 


200,000.00 


160,830.40 


39,169.60 


.00 


40,000.00 


11,042.55 


28,957.45 


.00 


250,000.00 


93,923.96 


156,076.04 


.00 


440,000.00 


.00 


440,000.00 


.00 


75,000.00 


53,427.10 


21,572.90 


.00 


55,000.00 


4,966.00 


50,034.00 


.00 


750,000.00 


34,114.90 


715,885.10 


.00 


120,000.00 


35,809.16 


84,190.84 


.00 


120,000.00 


.00 


120,000.00 


.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Continued) 

Mental Health 

Capital Development Fund (Continued) 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Construction of a New Gate 
House and Gate, Chicago-Read 
Mental Health Center 

Rehabilitation of Patient 
Buildings, Manteno State 
Hospital 

Rehabilitation of Patient 
Buildings, Elgin State 
Hospital 

Rehabilitation and Air Condi- 
tioning Patient Building 
Tinley Park Mental Health 
Center 

Rehabilitation and Air Condi- 
tioning Patient Building 
Anna State Hospital 

Improvement of Patients Rec- 
reation Facilities, Dixon 
State School 

Installation and Repair of 
Support Systems, Dixon State 
School 

Rehabilitation of Patient 
Buildings Including Necessary 
Planning, Dixon State School. 

Rehabilitation of Patient 
Buildings Including Necessary 
Planning, Lincoln State 
School 

Rehabilitation of Patient 
Buildings, Kankakee State 
Hospital 

Boiler Replacement, Galesburg 
State Research Hospital, 
Reapprop. from FY 73 _ 

Total $ 



Planning for Technical 
Careers Building, Carbon- 
dale Campus $ 

Equipment for Faner Hall, 
Carbondale Campus 

Sanitary Sewer, Carbondale 
Campus 

Stairway Firewalls Parkinson 
Laboratory, Carbondale Campus 

Equipment for Classroom 
Building*, Edwardsvllle 
Campus 

Expansion of Heating and 

aeration Plant, Bdwards- 
<• Campue 



60,000.00 
900,000.00 
350,000.00 

450,000.00 
300,000.00 
450,000.00 
300,000.00 
1,810,000.00 

2,000,000.00 
440,000.00 
249^00.00 



4,107.40 



59,490.08 



28,737.20 
21,417.93 
30,033.06 
20,212.65 
33.07 

55,407.65 
32,979.43 
30,402.20 



55,892.60 
840,509.92 
327,611.65 

421,262.80 
278,582.07 
419,966.94 
279,787.35 
1,809,966.93 

1,944,592.35 
407,020.57 
219,197.80 



63,000.00 $ 


55,686.15 $ 


7,313.85 


350,000.00 


.00 


350,000.00 


85,000.00 


58.15 


84,941.85 


85,000.00 


1,256.10 


83,743.90 


1,375,000.00 


.00 


1,375,000.00 


1,500,000.00 


15,895.68 


1,484,104.32 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



25,834,291.78 $ 9,019,273.85 $ 16,815,017.93 $ 984,693.60 

Southern Illinois University 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Continued) 

Southern Illinois University (Concluded) 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



275 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Equipment for Temporary 
Facilities, Medical Center... 

Equipment Medical Facilities 
Group II, Medical Center 

Remodeling Various Areas of 
Alton Campus 

Construction Refrigeration 
Plant South, Carbondale 
campus, Reapprop. from FY 73. 

Completion of Facility I, Med- 
ical Center, Reapprop. 
from FY 73 

Construction of Facility II, 
Medical Center, Reapprop. 
from FY 73 

Equipping Buildings, Carbon- 
dale Campus, Reapprop. 
from FY 73 

Construction of Business Div- 
ision Office & Classroom 
Building, Edwardsville Campus 
Reapprop. from FY 73 

Construction of Education 
Classroom, Edwardsville Cam- 
pus, Reapprop. from FY 73.... 

Rehabilitation School of Dental 
Medicine, Edwardsville 
Reapprop. from FY 73 

Utilities & Site Improvements, 
Medical Center, Reapprop. 

from FY 74 

quipping Buildings, Carbon- 
dale Campus, Reapprop. 
from FY 74 _ 

Total $ 



\ddition to Turner Hall, 
Urbana-Champaign Campus $ 

banning of Addition to 
Library Building, Chicago 
Circle 

Equipment for Science and 
Engineering Building, Chicago 
Circle 

Equipment for Roosevelt Road 
Building, Chicago Circle 

lemodeling and Rehabilitation 
of Roosevelt Road Building, 

Chicago Circle 

ampus Lighting, Chicago 
Circle 



75,000.00 
235,000.00 
100,000.00 

123,419.00 

409,122.45 

6,860,083.42 

307,222.39 



.00 

.00 

7,629.00 

53,390.63 

310,267.53 

2,677,464.27 

210,471.23 



6,066,390.28 2,383,400.14 

4,691,256.83 2,696,015.56 

69,003.76 17,444.46 



75,000.00 



315,000.00 



.00 



233,999.73 



75,000.00 

235,000.00 

92,371.00 

70,028.37 

98,854.92 

4,182,619.15 

96,751.16 

3,682,990.14 

1,995,241.27 

51,559.30 

75,000.00 

81,000.27 



22,784,498.13 $ 8,662,978.63 $ 14,121,519.50 

University of Illinois 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



75,000.00/ 




.00 $ 


75,000.00 


110, 500. 00, 




.00 


110,500.00 


480,200.00 / $ 


69 


,845.50 


410,354.50 


181,400.00/ 




.00 


181,400.00 


748,000.00/ 




36.98 


747,963.02 


60,000. 00^, 


22 


037.30 


37,962.70 



.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 



,00 



.00 



00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 



276 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Continued) 



University of Illinois (Continued) 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Design Development Studies for 
University Hospital, Medical 
Center 

Equipment for Medical Research 
Building in Chicago 

Equipment for Denistry Build- 
ing in Chicago 

Equipment for College of 
Medicine in Chicago 

Equipment for Rockford School 
of Medicine 

Site Improvements for Rock- 
ford School of Medicine 

Remodeling and Rehabilitation 
of Buildings for College of 
Medicine in Chicago 

Construction of Veterinary 
Medicine Feed & Storage 
Building, Urbana Campus 

Equipment for Veterinary 
Medicine Hospital, Urbana.... 

Equipment for Medical Sciences 
Buildings, Urbana Campus 

Extension of Utilities to the 
Speech and Hearing Clinic, 
Urbana Clinic 

Electrical Load Center Ex- 
pansion , Urbana Campus 

Remodeling of Room 100 Noyes 
Laboratory, Urbana Campus.... 

Remodeling of Vacated Music 
Space, Urbana Campus 

Remodeling at the College of 
Medicine, Reapprop. from FY 74 

Equipment for Remodeled Areas 
in College of Medicine, 
Reapprop . from FY 74 

Remodeling of Smith Music Hall 
Urbana Campus 

Street Improvements & Lighting 
of Peabody Drive and Penns- 
ylvania Avenue, Urbana 

Planning of a Utilities Super- 
visory Control System, Urbana 
Campus 

Planning Residence Hall 
Conversion 

Planning Veterinary Medicine 
Remode 1 ing 

Planning Electrical Engineer- 
ing Annex Remodeling 

Planning College of Engineer- 
ing Remodeling 

Planning Mechanical Engineer- 
ing Laboratory Remodeling.... 



1 


750,000.00' 


1 


600.00 


1,748,400.00 




118,400.00 / 




190.87 


118,209.13 


1 


,150,200.00 / 




.00 


1,150,200.00 




291,500.00" 




.00 


291,500.00 




368,200.00 / 




.00 


368,200.00 




31,000.00 




.00 


31,000.00 


1 


,032,000.00/ 


18 


707.00 


1,013,293.00 




110,000.00' 


4 


932.58 


105,067.42 




282,000.00-- 




512.10 


281,487.90 


1 


,200,000.00/ 


388 


918.32 


811,081.68 




137,000.00/ 




.00 


137,000.00 




125,000.00/ 


3 


671.70 


121,328.30 




149, 900.00/ 




.00 


149,900.00 




80,300.00/ 




.00 


80,300.00 


2 


,329,600.00/ 


23 


,563.46 


2,306,036.54 




194,249.00/ 




.00 


194,249.00 




53,500.00/ 




.00 


53,500.00 




195,000.00^ 




23.93 


194,976.07 




84,000.00' 


21 


,000.00 


63,000.00 




20,000.00 




.00 


20,000.00 




20,000.00/ 




.00 


20,000.00 




5,000.00 / 




.00 


5,000.00 




30,000.00^ 




.00 


30,000.00 




5,000.00/ 




.00 


5,000.00 



,00 
.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Continued) 



277 



University of Illinois (Continued) 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Equipment for Education and 
Science Buildings, Chicago 
Campus, Reapprop. from FY 73 

Dentistry Building, Phase II, 
Medical Center Campus, 
Reapprop. from FY 73 

Emergency Generator, Medical 
Center Campus, Reapprop. 
from FY 73 

Rockford School of Medicine, 
Reapprop. from FY 73 

Medical Sciences Building, 
Urbana Campus, Reapprop. 
from FY 73 

Veterinary Medicine Hospital 
Building, Urbana Campus, 
Reapprop . from FY 73 

Speech and Hearing Clinic, 
Urbana Campus, Reapprop. 
from FY 73 

Equipment for Completed 
Buildings, Urbana Campus, 
Reapprop . from FY 73 

Utilities, Urbana Campus, 
Reapprop. from FY 73 

Equipment for Denistry Build- 
ing Phase II, Medical Center 
Campus, Reapprop. from FY 73. 

Equipment for Rockford School 
of Medicine, Reapprop. 
from FY 73 

Equipment for Peoria School of 
Medicine, Reapprop. from FY 73 

Equipment for Medical Science 
Building, Urbana Campus, 
Reapprop. from FY 73 

Equipment, Veterinary Hospital 
Building, Reapprop. from FY 75 

Equipment for Library of 
Health Sciences, Medical 
Center Campus, Reapprop. 
from FY 74 

Construction of Building, 
Peoria School of Medicine, 
Reapprop. from FY 74 

Construction of Building, Rock- 
ford School of Medicine, 
Reapprop . from FY 74 

Land, Peoria School of Medicine, 
Reapprop. from FY 74 

Remodeling and Rehabilitation, 
Rockford School of Medicine.. 



173,183.51/ 


148,204.21 


24,979.30 


3,515,863.98/ 


2,830,016.47 


685,847.51 


141, 700.00/ 


.00 


141,700.00 


3,801.20/ 


1,500.00 


2,301.20 


1,408,660.01/ 


1,254,158.13 


154,501.88 


3,083, 144. 70/ 


2,384,572.19 


698,572.51 


1,990,100.00/ 


135,460.93 


1,854,639.07 


716,352.94/ 


288,735.54 


427,617.40 


5,023.00/ 


5,000.00 


23.00 


650,000.00/" 


25,263.00 


624,737.00 


46,436.52/ 


12,998.17 


33,438.35 


44,011.08/ 


32,191.30 


11,819.78 


500,000.00/ 


471,410.51 


28,589.49 


500,000.00/ 


118,409.37 


381,590.63 


261,423.99/ 


168,307.59 


93,116.40 


6,355,360.90/ 


1,069,886.63 


5,285,474.27 


4,239,565.00/ 


1,139,646.15 


3,099,918.85 


280,000.00/ 


168,000.00 


112,000.00 


774,800.00/ 


53,913.75 


720,886.25 



.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 

.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 



278 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Continued) 



University of Illinois (Concluded) 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Remodeling and Rehabilitation 
of Buildings, Rockford School 
of Medicine, Reapprop. 
from FY 74 _ 

Total $ 

City Colleges of Chicago, 

Wright College $ 

City Colleges of Chicago, 

Loop College 

Kaskaskia College, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

College of DuPage, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

College of Triton, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

Parkland College, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

City Colleges of Chicago, 

Northeast College, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

Elgin Community College, 

Reapprop. from FY 73 

Thornton Community College, 

Reapprop. from FY 73 

W. R. Harper College 

W. R. Harper College Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

Illinois Valley Community 

College, Reapprop. from FY 73 
Illinois Central College, 

Reapprop. from FY 73 

Prairie State College, 

Reapprop. from FY 73 

Waubonsee Community College, 

Reapprop. from FY 73 

Lakeland College, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

Carl Sandburg College 

Carl Sandberg College, 

Reapprop. from FY 73 

Highland Community College, 

Reapprop. from FY 73 

Rend Lake College, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

Belleville Area College 

Belleville Area College, 

Reapprop. from FY 73 



638,300.00' 



529,722.73 



108,577.27 



36,744,675.83 $ 11,392,436.41 

Illinois Community College Board 

Capital Development Fund 

Awards and Grants 



25,352,239.42 



.00 



331,000.00 $ 


317,024.00 $ 




13,976.00 




.00 


1,170,809.00 


99,165.83 


1 


,071,643.17 




.00 


421,350.12 


382,548.31 




38,801.81 $ 


3 


866.13 


1,285,000.00 


.00 


1 


,285,000.00 




.00 


66,747.90 


42,202.60 




24,545.30 


4 


983.98 


36,355.60 


.00 




36,355.60 




.00 


1,751,160.92 


5,808,653.32 


5 


,942,507.60 




.00 


303,572.51 


124,207.79 




179,364.72 


87 


858.29 


4,875,000.00 


324.91 


4 


,874,675.09 




.00 


2,981,000.00 


28.28 


2 


,980,971.72 




.00 


448,061.00 


67,943.57 




380,117.43 




.00 


666,569.47 


440,855.42 




225,714.05 




.00 


1,076,853.40 


1,021,398.33 




55,455.07 




.00 


2,124,933.00 


1,534,917.08 




590,015.92 




.00 


238,442.58 


203,449.61 




34,992.97 


8 


415.58 


176,260.96 


157,050.10 




19,210.86 


11 


133.32 


705,000.00 


.00 




705,000.00 




.00 


4,799,822.40 


29.38 


4 


,799,793.02 




.00 


146,919.20 


111,219.31 




35,699.89 


11 


938.07 


356,535.64 


248,418.51 




108,117.13 


5 


719.51 


300,000.00 


.00 




300,000.00 




.00 


816,816.68 


792,380.25 




24,436.43 


13 


834.26 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT BOARD (Concluded) 



279 



Illinois Community College Board (Concluded) 

Capital Development Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Kishwaukee College, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

Mcrraine Valley Community 

College 

Morraine Valley Community 

College, Reapprop. from FY 73 

Joliet Junior College 

Joliet Junior College, 

Reapprop. from FY 73 

Lincoln Land Community College 

Reapprop. from FY 73 

Morton College, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

McHenry County College, 

Reapprop. from FY 73 

Illinois Eastern College- 
Lincoln Trail, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

Shawnee College, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

College of Lake County, 

Reapprop. from FY 73 

Southeastern Illinois College, 

Reapprop. from FY 73 

Spoon River College, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

Spoon River College, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 

State Community College of 

East St . Louis 

State Community College of 

East St. Louis, Reapprop. 

from FY 73 



Total, 



Planning of an Exhibit 
Building Commemorating the 
U.S. Bicentennial 

Construction of Supply Build- 
ing, Reapprop. from FY 73... 

Total $ 



Expenses. 



616,063.50 




616,061.79 


1.71 


82 


190.49 


3,696,891.00 




35.67 


3,696,855.33 




.00 


2,040,000.00 
48,750.00 




.00 
.00 


2,040,000.00 
48,750.00 




.00 
.00 


395,764.97 




357,977.95 


37,787.02 




.00 


745,562.48 




643,355.86 


102,206.62 


281 


576.52 


6,901,329.56 




4,682,176.48 


2,219,153.08 




.00 


3,595,645.68 




857,768.12 


2,737,877.56 




.00 


584,090.69 




380,438.07 


203,652.62 




.00 


2,499,749.60 




70.18 


2,499,679.42 




.00 


602,462.06 




600,593.93 


1,868.13 


1 


071.00 


2,415,723.00 




988,128.02 


1,427,594.98 




.00 


426,435.35 




423,021.12 


3,414.23 


35 


862.11 


1,799,966.07 




249,860.87 


1,550,105.20 




.00 


4,000,000.00 




.00 


4,000,000.00 




.00 


400,000.00 




114,858.64 


285,141.36 




.00 


$ 65,846,644.34 


$ 


21,266,163.30 $ 


44,580,481.04 $ 


548 


449.26 


State Fair Agency 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 








$ 80,000.00 




.00 $ 


80,000.00 




.00 


450,937.50 


$ 


428,827.30 


22,110.20 




.00 


$ 530,937.50 


$ 


428,827.30 $ 


102,110.20 




.00 



General Office 

C D B Contributory Trust Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp. 



32,052,283.56 



.00 



,00 



********************** 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CIVIL DEFENSE AGENCY 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 

Community Shelter Program 
Fund 

Civil Defense Adminis- 
trative Fund 

Federal Aid Disaster Fund... 

Federal Civil Defense Fund.. 

Maintenance & Calibration 
Fund 



1,060,213.00 $ 

72,500.00 

1,040,794.00 

6,000,000.00 

500,000.00 

87.000.00 



701,696.54 

86,918.84* 

1,227,988.70* 

7,773,073.44* 

354,382.17 

84^402.56 



Total, Civil Defense Agency. 



8,760,507.00 $ 10,228,462.25 



358,516.46 $ 
.00 



246,672.64 
4,056.50 



4,566.84 240,438.76 

.00 70,443.03 

145,617.83 42,289.85 



2,597.44 



4.962.01 



511,298.57 $ 



608,862.79 



* Includes expenditures in excess of appropriations of $14,418.84; $191,761.54 and $1,773,073.44 
respectively. 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 
Disaster Relief 

Total 



$ 


250,200.00 


$ 




249,402.32 $ 




797.68 


.00 




16,013.00 






15,954.52 




58.48 


.00 




9,300.00 






8,636.83 




663.17 


.00 




26,175.00 






26,152.48 




22.52 $ 


2,095.30 




22,300.00 






22,293.28 




6.72 


1,865.26 




5,626.00 






5,620.38 




5.62 


1,659.03 




3,000.00 






2,997.59 




2.41 


1,675.82 




6,224.00 






6,213.73 




10.27 


5,407.25 




19,175.00 






19,163.68 




11.32 


1,883.77 




2,200.00 






2,188.88 




11.12 


54.55 




700,000.00 






343,072.85 


356 


927.15 


232,031.66 


$ 


1,060,213.00 


$ 




701,696.54 $ 


358 


516.46 $ 


246,672.64 




General 


Office 










Community Shelter 


Program Fund 










Operatic 


ns 









Operating Expenses Comm. 
Shelter 



72,500.00 $ 



14,418.84* $ 



4,056.50 



* Expenditures in excess of appropriation. 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 



General Office 
Civil Defense Administrative 
Operations 



Fund 



254,600.00 

16,294.00 

9,200.00 

27,900.00 

16,200.00 



252,014.41 $ 

16,012.10 

7,723.37 

32,697.03 

18,165.71 



2,585.59 
281.90 
1,476.63 
4,797.03* 
1,965.71* 



23,270.56 

1,430.34 

786.84 

3,833.77 

2,518.56 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CIVIL DEFENSE AGENCY (Concluded) 

General Office 

Civil Defense Administrative Fund (Concluded) 

Operations 



281 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Commodities 4,300.00 6,031.23 

Printing 2,000.00 3,581.19 

Equipment 2,500.00 2,812.66 

Telecommunications Services... 20,000.00 30,386.47 

Operation Automotive Equipment 2,800.00 2,577.28 
Purposes Pursuant to Federal 

Law or Regulation 685,000.00 855,987.25 

Total $ 1,040,794.00 $ 1,227,988.70 

* Expenditures in excess of appropriation. 

General Office 

Federal Aid Disaster Fund 

Operations 



1,731.23* 
1,581.19* 

312.66* 
10,386.47* 

222.72 

170,987.25* 



1,375.90 
1,020.78 
1,584.16 
9,972.57 
1,026.37 

193,618.91 



4,566.84 $ 240,438.76 



Purposes Pursuant to Federal 
Law or Regulation $ 6,000,000.00 

* Expenditures in excess of appropriation. 



7,773,073.44 



Purposes Pursuant to Federal 
Law or Regulation 



General Office 

Federal Civil Defense Fund 

Operations 



500,000.00 $ 



354,382.17 



1,773,073.44* $ 



145,617.83 $ 



70,443.03 



42,289.85 



Operating Expenses. 



General Office 

Maintenance & Calibration Fund 

Operations 



87,000.00 $ 



84,402.56 



2,597.44 $ 



4,962.01 



********************* 



CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Total 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



$ 


171,550.00 $ 


171,548.98 $ 


1.02 


$ 


8 


,091.50 




10,992.00 


10,975.25 


16.75 






517.86 




6,550.00 


6,526.54 


23.46 






372.67 




19,000.00 


18,428.00 


572.00 






514.10 




10,300.00 


8,603.66 


1,696.34 






823.76 




3,100.00 


3,053.69 


46.31 






518.28 




1,000.00 


979.81 


20.19 






270.80 




8,400.00 


8,149.99 


250.01 






15.50 




3,600.00 


2,491.89 


1,108.11 






521.61 


$ 


234,492.00 $ 


230,757.81 $ 


3,734.19 


$ 


11 


,646.08 



********************** 



282 



TABLE V (Continued) 
COMMERCE COMMISSION 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

Motor Vehicle Fund $ 1,591,400.00 $ 1,425,015.43 

Public Utility Fund 2,707,374.00 2,457,718.98 

Total, Operations 4,298,774.00 3,882,734.41 

Refunds: 
Motor Vehicle Fund 4,000.00 2,970.00 



166,384.57 $ 
249,655.02 



416,039.59 



80,718.14 
148,096.34 



228,814.48 
205.00 



Total, Commerce Commission. 



4,302,774.00 $ 



3,885,704.41 



417,069.59 $ 229,019.48 



Administering the Illinois Gas Pipeline Safety Act 

Public Utility Fund 

Operations 



Expenses Incurred in Ad- 
ministering the Illinois 
Gas Pipeline Safety Act.. 



57,000.00 $ 



52,615.80 



4,384.20 $ 



3,126.74 



Emergency Telephone Systems 

Public Utility Fund 

Operations 



Expenses Planning and Develop- 
ing 911 Emergency Telephone 
Systems Throughout the State. $ 



25,000.00 



.00 



25,000.00 



.00 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing.... 
Telecommunications Services... _ 

Total $ 



Motor Carriers 

Motor Vehicle Fund 

Operations 



1,108,200.00 $ 
70,900.00 
50,900.00 
183,600.00 
70,500.00 
9,000.00 
28,500.00 
19,000.00 
24,800.00 
26,000.00 



1,591,400.00 $ 



1,006,643.80 
64,155.95 
43,373.63 
167,989.63 
59,072.47 
5,837.00 
27,155.97 
17,263.19 
11,642.58 
21,881.21 

1,425,015.43 



101,556.20 

6,744.05 

7,526.37 

15,610.37 

11,427.53 

3,163.00 

1,344.03 

1,736.81 

13,157.42 

4,118.79 



45,913.19 
2,934.04 
2,013.17 

15,434.69 
5,709.65 
565.16 
2,143.63 
349.90 
1,188.96 
4,465.75 



166,384.57 $ 



80,718.14 



Motor Carriers 

Motor Vehicle Fund 

Refunds 



Refunds. 



4,000.00 $ 



2,970.00 



1,030.00 $ 



205.00 



Public Utilities Regulation 

Public Utility Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 



1,808,500.00 $ 1,720,674.85 



87,825.15 $ 



78,307.27 



TABLE V (Continued) 
COMMERCE COMMISSION (Concluded) 



283 



Public Utilities Regulation 

Public Utility Fund (Concluded) 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Contribution Retirement 115,574.00 108,846.72 

Contribution Social Security. . 66,700.00 54,139.25 

Contractual Services 370,300.00 304,357.00 

Travel 105,000.00 93,790.71 

Commodities 25,000.00 21,245.86 

Printing 21,500.00 19,857.99 

Equipment 46,900.00 42,642.24 

Electronic Data Processing 8,900.00 .00 

Telecommunications Services... 55,000.00 38,099.49 

Operation Automotive Equipment 2,000.00 1,449.07 

Total $ 2,625,374.00 $ 2,405,103.18 



6,727.28 

12,560.75 

65,943.00 

11,209.29 

3,754.14 

1,642.01 

4,257.76 

8,900.00 

16,900.51 

550.93 



4,839.24 

2,695.05 

26,942.29 

8,770.50 

1,351.21 

6,721.47 

6,898.98 

.00 

8,221.67 

221.92 



220,270.82 $ 



144,969.60 



******:) ****** 



COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH PLANNING AGENCY 



Summary by Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 174,594.00 $ 167,497.10 $ 7,096.90 $ 

U S Comprehensive Health 

Planning Fund 390,630.00 343,947.68 46,682.32 _ 

Total, Operations 565,224.00 511,444.78 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue Fund 220,000.00 201,797.55 

Total, Comprehensive Health 

Planning Agency $ 785,224.00 $ 713,242.33 $ 71,981.67 $ 



53,779.22 



18,202.45 



695.38 
33,703.63 



34,399.01 



47,221.45 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security, 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing.., 
Telecommunications Services.. 

Total 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



$ 


112,400.00 $ 


111,562.57 $ 


837.43 $ 


225.00 




7,194.00 


7,116.91 


77.09 


14.40 




5,200.00 


4,349.82 


850.18 


5.26 




23,000.00 


22,682.35 


317.65 


246.01 




10,900.00 


10,830.29 


69.71 


-62.74 




3,400.00 


3,214.56 


185.44 


-5.85 




2,400.00 


1,094.63 


1,305.37 


25.00 




2,600.00 


1,662.37 


937.63 


57.35 




2,500.00 


.00 


2,500.00 


.00 




5,000.00 


4,983.60 


16.40 


190.95 


$ 


174,594.00 $ 


167,497.10 $ 


7,096.90 $ 


695.38 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Assistance to Local Health 
Planning Organizations $ 



220,000.00 $ 



201,797.55 



18,202.45 $ 



47,221.45 



284 



TABLE V (Continued) 
COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH PLANNING AGENCY (Concluded) 



General Office 

U S Comprehensive Health Planning Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 
Employer Contribution to Group 

Insurance 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Telecommunications Services... 

Total 



$ 


184,000.00 $ 


169,653.85 $ 


14,346.15 $ 


12,663.09 




11,780.00 


10,781.39 


998.61 


810.26 




7,200.00 


5,719.40 


1,480.60 


469.41 




4,350.00 


3,813.70 


536.30 


737.93 




126,300.00 


101,386.11 


24,913.89 


12,617.82 




38,900.00 


38,650.75 


249.25 


2,825.53 




5,900.00 


4,771.48 


1,128.52 


430.59 




6,100.00 


3,208.28 


2,891.72 


8.50 




6,100.00 


5,962.72 


137.28 


3,140.50 


$ 


390,630.00 $ 


343,947.68 $ 


46,682.32 $ 


33,703.63 



***** *** ******* ****** 

COURT OF CLAIMS 

Summary by Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue Fund $ 



159,944.56 $ 



155,697.87 



4,246.69 $ 17,321.47 



Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue Fund 

Road Fund 

Total, Awards and Grants 

Total, Court of Claims $ 



795,657.14 
125,000.00 



920,657.14 



1,080,601.70 $ 



792,241.85 
110,997.68 



903,239.53 



1,058,937.40 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



3,415.29 361,261.13 
14,002.32 28,809.18 



17,417.61 



390,070.31 



21,664.30 $ 407,391.78 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Reimbursement for Incidental 

Expenses Incurred by Judges. 
Administering Crime Victims 

Compensation Program 

Total 



$ 


88,745.00 $ 


88,525.50 


$ 


219.50 $ 


2 


,307.00 




5,677.96 


5,665.68 




12.28 




147.65 




2,821.60 


2,774.12 




47.48 




91.05 




2,000.00 


1,766.91 




233.09 




843.94 




1,900.00 


1,489.91 




4)0.09 




369.04 




1,092.00 


929.25 




162.75 




929.25 




308.00 


307.47 




.53 




307.47 




1,200.00 


406.94 




793.06 




406.94 




9,000.00 


9,000.00 




.00 


2 


,250.00 




47,200.00 


44,832.09 




2,367.91 


9 


,669.13 


$ 


159,944.56 $ 


155,697.87 


$ 


4,246.69 $ 


17 


,321.47 



TABLE V (Continued) 
COURT OF CLAIMS (Concluded) 



285 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Court of Claims Fund for 
Payment of Claims Except 
Those Pursuant to Crime 
Victims Compensation Act $ 

Court of Claims Fund 

Court of Claims Fund for Pay- 
ment of Claims Pursuant to 
the Crime Victims Compensa- 
tion Act 

Total $ 



375,000.00 $ 374,750.98 $ 
270,657.14 267,901.49 



150,000.00 149,589.38 _ 

795,657.14 $ 792,241.85 $ 



General Office 

Road Fund 

Awards and Grants 



249.02 $ 7,671.23 
2,755.65 267,901.49 



410.62 



3,415.29 $ 



85,688.41 



361,261.13 



Court of Claims Fund for 
Payment of Claims Pursuant 
to Section 24 of the Court 
of Claims Act 



125,000.00 $ 



110,997.68 



14,002.32 $ 



28,809. U 



********************* 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations : 

General Revenue Fund $ 

Dangerous Drugs Commission 
Fund _ 

Total, Operations 

Awards and Grants: 
General Revenue Fund _ 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Dangerous Drug Advisory 
Council Fund 

Total, Dangerous Drugs 
Commission $ 

Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 
Contractual Services 



DANGEROUS DRUGS COMMISSION 
Summary by Category and Fund 

949,778.00 $ 842,635.25 $ 
2,223,800.00 2,158,026.45 



3,173,578.00 



3,125,000.00 



3,000,661.70 



3,124,863.00 



6,298,578.00 $ 6,125,524.70 $ 



Non-Approp. 



32,524.06 



6,298,578.00 $ 6,158,048.76 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



389,600.00 
25,678.00 
20,500.00 

128,000.00 



385,864.70 $ 

24,520.43 

20,100.92 
113,472.00 



107,142.75 $ 191,917.30 
65.773.55 495,571.33 



172,916.30 



137.00 



687,488.63 



438,140.50 



173,053.30 $ 1,125,629.13 



.00 



00 



173,053.30 $ 1,125,629.13 



3,735.30 $ 
1,157,57 
399.08 
14,528.00 



27,340.33 
1,749.78 
1,436.82 

71,016.62 



286 



TABLE V (Continued) 
DANGEROUS DRUGS COMMISSION (Concluded) 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapsf 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing.... 
Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 

Purchase of Drug Abuse Treat- 
ment Services $ 

Purchase of Drug Abuse Treat- 
ment Services _ 

Total $ 

Expenses Dangerous Drugs 
Commission 

Expenses of the Commission as 
Provided by Federal Law or 
Regulation $ 



40,500.00 
54,500.00 
5,000.00 
70,000.00 
160,000.00 
35,000.00 
21,000.00 



21,748.08 

51,658.13 

831.66 

55,929.59 

148,917.33 

18,014.78 

1,577.63 



949,778.00 $ 



842,635.25 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



2,700,000.00 $ 2,699,987.50 $ 

425,000.00 424,875.50 _ 

3,125,000.00 $ 3,124,863.00 $ 



General Office 

Dangerous Drug Advisory Council Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp. 



32,524.06 



General Office 

Dangerous Drugs Commission Fund 

Operations 



18,751.92 
2,841.87 
4,168.34 
14,070.41 
11,082.67 
16,985.22 
19,422.37 



.00 



9,647.17 

20,843.67 

434.06 

46,295.51 

8,687.41 

3,820.19 

645.74 



107,142.75 $ 191,917.30 



12.50 $ 13,265.00 
124.50 424,875.50 



137.00 $ 438,140.50 



.00 



2,223,800.00 $ 



2,158,026.45 



65,773.55 $ 495,571.33 



********************* 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 

Summary by Category and Fund 

APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations : 

General Revenue Fund... $ 8,339,097.00 $ 8,057,094.95 

Environmental Protection Fund 3,164,099.00 3,152,664.17 

Environmental Protection Fund No Approp. 284,783. 11 

Total, Operations 11,503,196.00 11,494,542.23 

Awards and Grants: 
Anti-Pollution Fund 225,138,059.68 30,695,108.03 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 236,641,255.68 $ 42,189,650.26 



282,002.05 $ 1,234,048.84 

11,434.83 75,891.45 

.00 237,808.18 



293,436.88 
194,442,951.65 



1,547,748.47 
183,300.00 



$ 194,736,388.53 $ 1,731,048.47 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (Continued) 



287 



Summary by Category and Fund (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
EPA All Purpose Trust 

Fund 

Solid Waste Disposal 

Planning Fund 

Pollution Control Fines Fund 

Total, Non- Appropriated Funds 



Non-Approp. 



Non- Appro p. 
Non-Approp. 



17,924.93 



66,358.78 
88,900.00 



173,183.71 



00 



,00 $ 



6,268.28 



1,297.50 
.00 



7,565.78 



Total, Environmental Pro- 
tection Agency 



$ 236,641,255.68 $ 42,362,833.97 $ 194,736,388.53 $ 1,738,614.25 

Administrative Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 712,700.00 

Contribution Retirement 44 , 282 . 00 

Contribution Social Security.. 33,900.00 

Contractual Services 575,000.00 

Travel 42 , 040. 00 

Commodities 68,000.00 

Printing 73,000.00 

Equipment 169,000.00 

Electronic Data Processing 656,300.00 

Telecommunications Services... 46,500.00 

Operation Automotive Equipment 4,000.00 



712,224.28 
44,190.75 
33,546.09 

544,020.69 
41,961.82 
55,407.86 
46,363.92 

161,555.17 

644,153.85 

45,905.32 

2.836.74 



475.72 

91.25 

353.91 

30,979.31 

78.18 

12,592.14 

26,636.08 

7,444.83 

12,146.15 

594.68 

1,163.26 



Total. 



2,424,722.00 $ 



2,332,166.49 



92,555.51 $ 



41,213.36 

1,968.15 

2,183.04 

81,152.84 

18,709.95 

9,731.06 

16,430.45 

160,031.45 

95,435.69 

17,783.77 

679.62 

445,319.38 



Administrative Services 

Anti-Pollution Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Contracts with Regional Plan- 
ning Agencies for Areawide 
Water Quality Management 
Plans $ 500,000.00 

Planning, Financing and Con- 
struction of Metro-Regional 
and Local Government Solid 
Waste Disposal Facilities 6,000,000.00 

Planning Financing and Con- 
struction of Municipal Sewage 
Treatment Works Reappr. FY 73 

Connection of Outlying Com- 
munities with a Regional 
Sewage Treatment Facility 
with Adequate Capacity 20,100,000.00 

Contracts with Regional Plan- 
ning Agencies for Areawide 
Water Quality Management 
Reappr. FY 73 1,638,059.68 



.00 



.00 



43,000,000.00 $ 18,585,192.00 



17,600.00 



500,000.00 



428,241.03 



20,082,400.00 



1,209,818.65 



.00 



6,000,000.00 .00 

24,414,808.00 $ 183,300.00 



.00 



.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (Continued) 

Administrative Services 

Anti-Pollution Fund (Concluded) 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Planning, Financing and Con- 
struction of Municipal Sewage 
Treatment Works to Correct 
Health Hazards 

Planning, Financing and Con- 
struction and Reimbursement 
to Municipalities for Sewage 
Treatment Works 

Sewage Treatment Operator 
Training Program Funds 

Total 





10,000,000.00 




67,300.00 




9,932,700.00 




.00 




141,900,000.00 




11,501,430.00 




130,398,570.00 




.00 




2,000,000.00 




95,345.00 




1,904,655.00 




.00 


$ 


225,138,059.68 


$ 


30,695,108.03 


$ 


194,442,951.65 


$ 


183,300.00 



Administrative Services 

EPA All Purpose Trust Fund 

Operations 



Expenses, 



Non-Approp. 



17,924.93 



00 $ 



6,268.28 



Administrative Services 

Solid Waste Disposal Planning Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-Approp. 



66,358.78 



.00 $ 



1,297.50 



Administrative Services 

Pollution Control Fines Fund 

Operations 



Expenses. 



Non-Approp. 



,900.00 



.00 



.00 



Air-Pollution Control 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. . 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



$ 


494,935.00 $ 


494,920.79 $ 


14.21 $ 


34,377.27 




31,269.00 


31,139.74 


129.26 


1,889.12 




23,385.00 


23,150.53 


234.47 


1,778.16 




70,800.00 


61,915.87 


8,884.13 


9,442.31 




99,600.00 


99,371.53 


228.47 


18,900.33 




67,800.00 


59,519.26 


8,280.74 


20,377.15 




8,000.00 


6,692.63 


1,307.37 


.00 




96,800.00 


96,093.40 


706.60 


80,991.50 




45,000.00 


44,906.17 


93.83 


8,424.90 




6,000.00 


5,061.55 


938.45 


1,798.91 


$ 


943,589.00 $ 


922,771.47 $ 


20,817.53 $ 


177,979.65 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (Continued) 



289 



Air-Pollution Control 

Environmental Protection Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 1,515,000.00 $ 1,510,725.90 $ 

Contribution Retirement 96,310.00 95,810.56 

Contribution Social Security.. 68,400.00 66,457.47 
To Liquidate Obligation for 

American Chain and Cable Co. 

FY 73 No Approp. 284,783.11 _ 

Total $ 1,679,710.00 $ 1,957,777.04 $ 



4,274.10 $ 

499.44 
1,942.53 



.00 



6,716.07 $ 



68,070.15 
4,227.02 
3,594.28 



237,808.18 



313,699.63 



Laboratory Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... _ 

Total $ 



799,950.00 $ 

51,046.00 

37,100.00 

89,500.00 

6,000.00 

120,000.00 

153,400.00 

6,000.00 



799,924.26 

50,887.80 

30,344.98 

59,113.77 

5,982.56 

97,020.15 

125,353.23 

5,973.70 



25.74 

158.20 

6,755.02 

30,386.23 

17.44 

22,979.85 

28,046.77 

26.30 



1,262,996.00 $ 1,174,600.45 



1,395.55 $ 



39,717.74 

2,422.85 

1,531.01 

21,216.50 

684.53 

20,103.27 

111,414.29 

1,295.91 

198,386.10 



Land Pollution Control 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 

Total 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 

Total 



$ 


475,675.00 


$ 


475,551.99 $ 


123.01 


$ 


26,878.46 




30,278.00 




30,230.82 


47.18 




1,709.89 




22,900.00 




22,394.20 


505.80 




1,313.70 




16,700.00 




16,155.77 


544.23 




1,171.31 




42,000.00 




36,152.39 


5,847.61 




6,564.53 




4,000.00 




2,073.35 


1,926.65 




161.54 




5,200.00 




4,549.37 


650.63 




4,066.90 




11,500.00 




11,435.33 


64.67 




4,561.32 


$ 


608,253.00 


$ 


598,543.22 $ 


9,709.78 


$ 


46,427.65 




Noise Pollution 


Control 










General 


Revenue Fund 










Operations 








$ 


256,600.00 


$ 


256,436.06 $ 


163.94 


$ 


11,460.42 




16,603.00 




16,404.69 


198.31 




717.54 




12,000.00 




11,465.25 


534.75 




640.89 




12,700.00 




5,657.80 


7,042.20 




1,094.43 




16,500.00 




16,326.13 


173.87 




3,574.83 




3,600.00 




948.15 


2,651.85 




85.80 




17,000.00 




16,303.39 


696.61 




10,158.26 




3,000.00 




2,131.69 


868.31 




320.07 


$ 


338,003.00 


$ 


325,673.16 $ 


12,329.84 


$ 


28,052.24 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (Concluded) 

Public Water Supplies 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 604,000.00 $ 603,960.22 

Contribution Retirement 38,461.00 38,235.05 

Contribution Social Security.. 26,900.00 23,677.47 

Contractual Services 36,000.00 32,531.64 

Travel 36,600.00 35,651.97 

Commodities 3,100.00 1,868.95 

Printing 1,100.00 .00 

Equipment 7,400.00 5,848.84 

Telecommunications Services... 15,000.00 14,524.65 

Total $ 768,561.00 $ 756,298.79 



39.78 

225.95 

3,222.53 

3,468.36 

948.03 

1,231.05 

1,100.00 

1,551.16 

475.35 



30,621.62 
1,857.57 
1,303.57 
4,316.58 
7,040.64 
116.95 
.00 
2,880.50 
5,706.18 



12,262.21 $ 



53,843.61 



Water Pollution Control 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Total 



$ 


1,417,700.00 


$ 


1,417,645.24 


$ 


54.76 $ 


129,298.40 




90,248.00 




90,216.91 




31.09 


8,090.24 




55,325.00 




51,233.45 




4,091.55 


6,277.31 




172,300.00 




156,430.97 




15,869.03 


65,516.91 




102,900.00 




102,892.72 




7.28 


14,588.43 




24,200.00 




16,947.68 




7,252.32 


5,790.84 




52,500.00 




39,660.51 




12,839.49 


30,246.22 




55,000.00 




51,975.88 




3,024.12 


16,734.70 




22,800.00 




20,038.01 




2,761.99 


7,497.16 


$ 


1,992,973.00 


$ 


1,947,041.37 


$ 


45,931.63 $ 


284,040.21 




Water Pollution Control 










Environmental 


Protection Fund 










Operations 








$ 


1,330,300.00 


$ 


1,327,188.97 


$ 


3,111.03 


.00 




85,139.00 




84,726.07 




412.93 


.00 




68,950.00 




67,755.20 




1,194.80 


.00 


$ 


1,484,389.00 


$ 


1,479,670.24 


$ 


4,718.76 


.00 



********************** 



TABLE V -(Continued) 
FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES COMMISSION 

Summary by Category and Fund 



291 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund 

Special Projects Division 



Fund. 



Total, Fair Employment Prac- 
tices Commission $ 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Court Reporting Costs 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing... 
Telecommunications Services.. 
Expenses of Hearing Examiners 

Total 



Researching and Develop- 
ment ing Programs to Coor- 
dinate State and Federal 
Law $ 

Investigation of Complaints... _ 



950,073.00 $ 943,646.22 
137,000.00 119,934.92 



6,426.78 $ 
17,065.08 



1,087,073.00 $ 



1,063,581.14 



23,491.86 $ 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



General Operations 

Special Projects Division Fund 

Operations 



50,000.00 $ 
87,000.00 



49,999.22 
69,935.70 



.78 $ 
17,064.30 



73,537.80 
24,738.03 



!,275.83 



$ 


631,650.00 $ 


630,515.08 $ 


1 


,134.92 $ 


3,649.43 




40,400.00 


40,295.81 




104.19 


312.65 




33,423.00 


33,352.74 




70.26 


298.15 




72,650.00 


72,627.21 




22.79 


8,183.68 




35,000.00 


30,411.84 


4 


,588.16 


7,101.60 




29,700.00 


29,699.10 




.90 


4,325.86 




6,750.00 


6,297.42 




452.58 


1,342.42 




11,600.00 


11,600.00 




.00 


4,123.41 




4,230.00 


4,228.50 




1.50 


2,980.73 




24,170.00 


24,169.07 




.93 


12,671.53 




24,500.00 


24,499.91 




.09 


11,735.05 




36,000.00 


35,949.54 




50.46 


16,813.29 


$ 


950,073.00 $ 


943,646.22 $ 


6 


,426.78 $ 


73,537.80 



341.26 

24,396.77 



Total. 



137,000.00 $ 



119,934.92 



17,065.08 $ 



24,738.03 



********************* 

FIRE PROTECTION PERSONNEL STANDARDS AND EDUCATION COMMISSION 

Summary by Category and Fund 

APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Local Fire Protection 
Personnel Fund $ 203,225.00 $ 193,817.13 $ 9,407.87 $ 

Awards and Grants: 
Local Fire Protection 
Personnel Fund 420,000.00 420,000.00 .00 

Total, Fire Protection Person- 
nel Standards and Education 
Commission $ 623,225.00 $ 613,817.13 $ 9,407.87 $ 



29,000.73 



420,000.00 



449,000.73 



292 



TABLE V (Continued) 
FIRE PROTECTION PERSONNEL STANDARDS AND EDUCATION COMMISSION (Concluded) 

Administration 

Local Fire Protection Personnel Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 



$ 


92,600.00 $ 


91,475.60 $ 


1,124.40 $ 


4,080.00 




6,017.00 


5,784.51 


232.49 


261.12 




4,708.00 


4,694.23 


13.77 


236.02 




50,574.00 


46,022.14 


4,551.86 


17,955.89 




21,126.00 


21,125.69 


.31 


1,555.39 




4,300.00 


3,652.21 


647.79 


983.92 




13,300.00 


11,766.88 


1,533.12 


2,111.29 




2,100.00 


1,379.56 


720.44 


436.01 




6,000.00 


5,949.67 


50.33 


1,131.55 




2,500.00 


1,966.64 


533.36 


249.54 


$ 


203,225.00 $ 


193,817.13 $ 


9,407.87 $ 


29,000.73 



Administration 

Local Fire Protection Personnel Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Payments to Local Govern- 
mental Agencies which Par- 
ticipate in Training Program. $ 



420,000.00 $ 



420,000.00 



.00 $ 420,000.00 



********************* 
GOVERNOR'S OFFICE OF MANPOWER 

General Office 

Summer Program for Economically Disadvantaged Youth Fund 

Operations 



Expenses Summer Disadvantaged 
Youth Program 



No Approp . 



732,062.69 



,00 



.00 



********************* 

GOVERNOR'S TRAFFIC SAFETY COORDINATING COMMITTEE 

Summary by Category and Fund 

APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Highway Safety Fund $ 6,200,015.00 $ 4,380,528.76 $ 1,819,486.24 $ 1,499,239.38 



Awards and Grants: 
Highway Safety Fund, 



9,700,000.00 



1,754,745.63 



7,945,254.37 



.00 



Total, Governor's Traffic 
Safety Coordinating Committee $ 15,900,015.00 $ 6,135,274.39 $ 9,764,740.61 $ 1,499,239.38 



TABLE V (Continued) 
GOVERNOR'S TRAFFIC SAFETY COORDINATING COMMITTEE (Continued) 



293 



Driver Education Car Operators Supt. of Public Instruction 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 



$ 


73,250.00 


$ 


73,189.50 


$ 


60.50 




.00 




4,672.00 




1,371.84 




3,300.16 




.00 




2,500.00 




1,253.81 




1,246.19 




.00 




804,250.00 




702,376.01 




101,873.99 


$ 


597,913.72 




10,500.00 




9,100.12 




1,399.88 




823.61 




1,700.00 




721.35 




978.65 




281.20 




2,000.00 




1,417.73 




582.27 




718.62 


$ 


898,872.00 


$ 


789,430.36 


$ 


109,441.64 


$ 


599,737.15 



Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety, Supt. of Public Instruction 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 



$ 


25,200.00 $ 


25,164.00 


$ 


36.00 


$ 


200.00 




1,600.00 


440.16 




1,159.84 




.00 




500.00 


402.24 




97.76 




.00 




33,400.00 


30,861.27 




2,538.73 




17,679.91 




3,500.00 


1,576.46 




1,923.54 




54.72 




600.00 


193.78 




406.22 




193.78 




12,000.00 


.00 




12,000.00 




.00 




4,200.00 


491.15 




3,708.85 




129.87 


$ 


81,000.00 $ 


59,129.06 


$ 


21,870.94 


$ 


18,258.28 



Driver Testing and Licensing, Secretary of State 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 



Contractual Services $ 



130,000.00 $ 



17,542.51 



112,457.49 $ 



17,542.51 



Emergency Medical Services, Public Health 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing.... 
Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment _ 

Total $ 



741,800.00 
47,475.00 
37,600.00 

216,000.00 
65,700.00 
43,700.00 
26,500.00 
9,700.00 
46,000.00 
50,000.00 
7.800.00 



699,876.67 

44,471.18 

35,892.93 

136,116.74 

35,781.01 

26,909.04 

3,265.71 

8,047.43 

38,977.44 

49,990.55 

2,449.29 



41,923.33 

3,003.82 

1,707.07 

79,883.26 

29,918.99 

16,790.96 

23,234.29 

1,652.57 

7,022.56 

9.45 

5,350.71 



26,521.75 
1,697.39 
1,434.53 

37,529.46 
5,559.99 

13,284.54 

657.23 

4,434.86 

38,977.44 

16,681.32 
477.04 



1,292,275.00 $ 1,081,777.99 



210,497.01 $ 



147,255.55 



Motor Vehicle Inspection, Transportation 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. . 



12,504.00 


$ 


9,301.05 


$ 


3,202.95 


$ 


1,466.77 


800.00 




593.83 




206.17 




92.41 


740.00 




544.11 




195.89 




85.80 



TABLE V (Continued) 
GOVERNOR'S TRAFFIC SAFETY COORDINATING COMMITTEE (Continued) 



Motor Vehicle Inspection, 

Transportation (Concluded) 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 







500.00 

500.00 

48,876.00 

63,920.00 


$ 


395.00 

.00 

48,876.00 

59,709.99 


$ 


105.00 

500.00 

.00 

4,210.01 


$ 


395.00 


Travel 




.00 
.00 


Total 


.... $ 


2,039.98 



Roadway Design Safety Improvement, Transportation 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 



Contractual Services, 



100,000.00 



00 



100,000.00 



.00 



Improvement Personnel Qualifications, Law Enforcement 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 

Contractual Services $ 9,950.00 $ 9,474.70 $ 475.30 .00 

Travel 13,500.00 11,304.01 2,195.99 $ 936.70 

Commodities 3,550.00 3,387.47 162.53 2,661.22 

Total $ 27,000.00 $ 24,166.18 $ 2,833.82 $ 3,597.92 



Extension and Improvement Equipment, Law Enforcement 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 



Telecommunications Services. 



400,000.00 



365,440.12 



365,440.12 



Implied Consent Implementation Public Health 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 228,800.00 $ 221,508.80 

Contribution Retirement 14,643.00 14,182.19 

Contribution Social Security.. 13,400.00 11,646.04 

Contractual Services 8,500.00 2,957.47 

Travel 73,400.00 64,509.56 

Commodities 18,600.00 15,201.65 

Printing 1,000.00 703.25 

Equipment 12,100.00 11,684.80 

Total $ 370,443.00 $ 342,393.76 



7,291.20 

460.81 

1,753.96 

5,542.53 

8,890.44 

3,398.35 

296.75 

415.20 



9,513.00 
608.83 
525.35 
200.56 

5,945.27 

12,464.87 

597.60 

5,429.80 



28,049.24 $ 



35,285.28 



Crash Investigation Services, Secretary of the Committee 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Total 



$ 


70,000.00 


$ 


48,387.69 


$ 


21,612.31 


$ 


940.00 




4,480.00 




3,062.79 




1,417.21 




60.16 




3,600.00 




2,301.20 




1,298.80 




28.66 




15,000.00 




281.40 




14,718.60 




.00 




7,400.00 




800.34 




6,599.66 




.00 




2,500.00 




.00 




2,500.00 




.00 


$ 


102,980.00 


$ 


54,833.42 


$ 


48,146.58 


$ 


1,028.82 



TABLE V (Continued) 
GOVERNOR'S TRAFFIC SAFETY COORDINATING COMMITTEE (Continued) 



295 



Highway Safety Codes and Laws, Secretary of State 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Contractual Services $ 



10,000.00 



,00 



10,000.00 



.00 



Highway Safety System, Secretary to the Committee 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 223,200.00 $ 179,529.20 

Contribution Retirement 14,285.00 11,487.59 

Contribution Social Security.. 13,300.00 9,388.47 

Contractual Services 45,000.00 22,488.26 

Travel 9,000.00 1,412.49 

Commodities 2,000.00 1,290.56 

Equipment 24,600.00 17,565.11 

Total $ 331,385.00 $ 243,161.68 



43,670.80 
2,797.41 
3,911.53 

22,511.74 

7,587.51 

709.44 

7,034.89 



9,065.25 

580.03 

498.97 

8,010.00 

449.12 

29.93 

17,336.16 



1,223.32 $ 



35,969.46 



Traffic Engineering Development, Transportation 
Highway Safety Fund 
Operations 



Regular Positions $ 20,370.00 $ 5,425.00 

Contribution Retirement 1,304.00 347.20 

Contribution Social Security.. 773.00 .00 

Travel 1,553.00 484.63 

Total $ 24,000.00 $ 6,256.83 



14,945.00 

956.80 

773.00 

1,068.37 



17,743.17 $ 



775.00 

49.60 

.00 

52.20 



876.80 



Driver Improvement, Secretary of State 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 



Contractual Services $ 248,000.00 $ 210,077.93 

Travel 6,000.00 5,770.41 

Commodities 15,000.00 6,658.30 

Equipment 21,000.00 6,191.58 

Total $ 290,000.00 $ 228,698.22 



37,922.07 

229.59 

8,341.70 

14,808.42 



61,301.78 $ 



137,032.22 

610.32 

5,351.27 

433.00 



143,426.81 



Inventories and System Development, Transportation 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 

Regular Positions $ 32,660.00 $ 26,862.68 $ 5,797.32 $ 2,820.93 

Contribution Retirement 2,090.00 1,717.35 372.65 178.68 

Contribution Social Security. 1,090.00 868.73 221.27 121.15 

Contractual Services 561,800.00 53,380.49 508,419.51 21,207.24 

Travel 3,500.00 2,582.65 917.35 661.70 

Commodities 19,705.00 17,630.52 2,074.48 345.10 

Equipment 30,150.00 25,598.94 4,551.06 25,598.94 

Operation Automotive Equipment 4,500.00 1,435.88 3,064. 12 363.23 

Total $ 655,495.00 $ 130,077.24 $ 525,417.76 $ 51,296.97 



296 



TABLE V (Continued) 
GOVERNOR'S TRAFFIC SAFETY COORDINATING COMMITTEE (Concluded) 



Office of Transportation Safety 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 325,700.00 $ 13,586.00 $ 312,114.00 

Contribution Retirement 20,845.00 869.51 19,975.49 

Contribution Social Security.. 18,600.00 794.75 17,805.25 

Contractual Services 44,300.00 40,007.14 4,292.86 

Travel 24,700.00 .00 24,700.00 

Commodities 18,900.00 .00 18,900.00 

Equipment 17,700.00 .00 17,700.00 

Telecommunications Services... 7,900.00 J30 7,900.00 

Total $ 478,645.00 $ 55,257.40 $ 423,387.60 

Highway Safety System Records, Secretary of State 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 

Contractual Services $ 275,000.00 $ 274,384.00 $ 616.00 

Electronic Data Processing 649,000.00 648,270.00 730.00 

Total $ 924,000.00 $ 922,654.00 $ 1,346.00 

Planning and Administration, Secretary of State 

Highway Safety Fund 

Operations 

Contractual Services $ 20,000.00 .00 $ 20,000.00 

Local Government Project Development and Administration 

Highway Safety Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Local Government Projects by 

Municipalities and Counties.. $ 6,400,000.00 $ 541,389.04 $ 5,858,610.96 
Local Government Projects by 

Municipalities and Counties, 

Reapprop. from FY 1974 3,300,000.00 1,213,356.59 2,086,643.41 

Total $ 9,700,000.00 $ 1,754,745.63 $ 7,945,254.37 



2,199.00 

140.74 

128.64 

19,327.35 

.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 



21,795.73 



55,688.00 
.00 



55,688.00 



.00 



.00 



********************* 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue Fund $ 

Awards and Grants: 
General Revenue Fund _ 

Total, Historical Library $ 



HISTORICAL LIBRARY 
Summary by Category and Fund 



1,766,365.00 $ 



i, 415. 97 



1,774,780.97 $ 



1,752,162.32 



i, 415. 97 



1,760,578.29 



14,202.68 $ 



.00 



105,902.62 



14,202.68 $ 114,318.59 



TABLE V (Continued) 
HISTORICAL LIBRARY (Concluded) 



297 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 428,000.00 $ 427,730.02 

Contribution Retirement 27,393.00 27,354.66 

Contribution Social Security.. 18,400.00 16,022.86 

Contractual Services 27,400.00 27,366.11 

Travel 12,400.00 12,335.17 

Commodities 10,200.00 9,828.70 

Printing 77,000.00 76,935.45 

Equipment 44,000.00 43,570.88 

Telecommunications Services... 7,950.00 7,738.38 

Operation Automotive Equipment 5,500.00 5,300.94 
Microphotographs of Historic 

Newspapers 18,700.00 18,690.61 

Rebinding of Old and Rare 

Books 5,000.00 4,845.96 

Total $ 681,943.00 $ 677,719.74 



269.98 $ 


19,796.50 


38.34 


1,266.98 


377.14 


777.38 


33.89 


2,911.81 


64.83 


2,090.46 


371.30 


1,488.41 


64.55 


21,156.50 


429.12 


8,043.74 


211.62 


1,921.95 


199.06 


1,363.67 



9.39 3,834.95 
154.04 2,612.01 



4,223.26 $ 



67,264.36 



Old State Capitol 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Payments of Rentals to Illi- 
nois Building Authority 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



$ 


422,638.00 

27,078.00 

22,656.00 

74,900.00 

300.00 

528,000.00 

7,500.00 

1,000.00 

150.00 

200.00 


$ 


416,827.18 

26,619.09 

20,419.18 

73,963.44 

274.74 

527,845.00 

7,425.27 

826.55 

103.20 

138.93 


$ 


5 
2 


,810.82 
458.91 

,236.82 

936.56 

25.26 

155.00 
74.73 

173.45 
46.80 
61.07 


$ 


19,288.21 
1,223.49 
1,041.42 

15,285.70 
.00 

.00 

1,681.30 

93.13 

15.30 

9.71 


$ 


1,084,422.00 


$ 


1,074,442.58 


$ 


9 


,979.42 


$ 


38,638.26 




Old State Capitol 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 













Payment to City of Spring- 
field for Emergency Work 
Performed on the Old State 
Capitol Mall $ 



1,415.97 



8,415.97 



.00 $ 



*********************** 



298 



TABLE V (Continued) 
HUMAN RELATIONS, COMMISSION ON 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodit ies 

Printing 

Telecommunications Services... 

Total $ 



$ 


384,825.00 $ 


384,779.58 


$ 


45.42 


$ 


17,920.10 




24,362.00 


24,360.76 




1.24 




1,131.13 




19,749.00 


19,691.78 




57.22 




1,040.72 




45,960.00 


45,951.98 




8.02 




9,266.92 




32,897.00 


32,897.00 




.00 




1,780.55 




3,497.00 


3,487.56 




9.44 




97.35 




2,902.00 


2,901.24 




.76 




70.30 




11,286.00 


11,285.59 




.41 




3,856.14 


$ 


525,478.00 $ 


525,355.49 


$ 


122.51 


$ 


35,163.21 



********************* 

HUMAN RESOURCES, OFFICE OF 

Summary by Category and Fund 



NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

Alcoholism Fund 

Economic Opportunity Fund... 

Federal Model Cities Pro- 
gram Fund 

Human Resources All Purpose 
Fund 

Madison-St. Clair County 
Agreement Fund 

State Planning Grant 701 
Fund 

Volunteers in Court Fund.... 

Cahokia Mounds Project Fund. 

Mobile Health Project Fund.. 

Total, Human Resources 



Non-Approp . 
Non-Appro p. 

Non-Approp. 

Non-Approp. 

Non-Approp. 

Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 



1,057.86 
90,420.20 

2,100.69 

62,135.93 

136,734.23 

15,111.80 

84,425.13 

367.46 

4,318.97 



396,672.27 



00 $ 


1,057.86 


00 


-75.00 


00 


.00 


00 


12.53 


00 


92,674.44 


00 


.00 


00 


612.04 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 $ 


94,281.87 



Expenses. 



Expenses. 



General Office 

Alcoholism Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp. 



1,057.86 



General Office 

Economic Opportunity Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp. 



90,420.20 



General Office 

Federal Model Cities Program Fund 

Operations 



.00 $ 



.00 $ 



1,057.86 



■75.00 



Expenses. 



Non-Approp. 



2,100.69 



.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
HUMAN RESOURCES, OFFICE OF (Concluded) 



299 



General Office 

Human Resources All Purpose Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Expenses Non-Approp . $ 4 , 029 . 8 1 

Neighborhood Facilities Grant. Non-Approp. 106.12 

Emergency Food and Medical 

Grant Non-Approp . 58,000.00 

Total $ 62,135.93 

General Office 

Madison-St. Clair County Agreement Fund 

Operations 

Expenses Non-Approp. $ 136,734.23 

General Office 

State Planning Grant 701 Fund 

Operations 

Expenses Non-Approp. $ 15,111.80 

General Office 

Volunteers in Court Fund 

Operations 

Expenses Non-Approp. $ 84,425.13 

General Office 

Cahokia Mounds Project Fund 

Operations 

Expenses Non-Approp. $ 367.46 

General Office 

Mobile Health Project Fund 

Operations 

Expenses Non-Approp. $ 4,318.97 



.00 
.00 $ 



,00 _ 
.00 $ 



.00 
12.53 



.00 



.00 



.00 $ 



.00 



.00 $ 



92,674.44 



.00 



612.04 



.00 



.00 



********************* 



ILLINOIS ENERGY RESOURCES COMMISSION 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



100,000.00 $ 



29,479.57 



70,520.43 $ 



3,643.72 



********************** 



300 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ILLINOIS BUILDING AUTHORITY 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Public Building Fund... 

Permanent Improvements: 
Public Building Fund... 

Debt Service: 
Public Building Fund... 

Total, Illinois Building 
Authority 



Administration. 



Permanent Improvements. 



Non-Approp. $ 577,161.73 
Non-Approp. 3,309,315.24 



Non-Approp. 



42,261,860.60 



$ 46,148,337.57 



Bond Interest and Principal. 



General Office 

Public Building Fund 

Operations 

Non-Approp. $ 577,161.73 

General Office 

Public Building Fund 

Permanent Improvements 

Non-Approp. $ 3,309,315.24 

General Office 

Public Building Fund 

Debt Service 

Non-Approp. $ 42,261,860.60 



00 $ -1,251,076.76 

,00 350,523.75 

.00 1,267,588.60 

.00 $ 367,035.59 

.00 $ -1,251,076.76 

.00 $ 350,523.75 

.00 $ 1,267,588.60 



********************* 

ILLINOIS ENERGY COORDINATOR, OFFICE OF THE 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

State Contribution Retirement 
Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing... 
Telecommunications Services.. 

Total $ 



$ 


263,200.00 $ 


260,993.56 $ 


2,206.44 $ 


19,694.05 




16,845.00 


16,490.29 


354.71 


1,259.36 




12,439.62 


12,439.62 


.00 


862.92 




30,800.00 


30,783.23 


16.77 


2,857.14 




15,000.00 


14,701.00 


299.00 


4,039.65 




12,000.00 


7,214.81 


4,785.19 


1,505.62 




7,300.00 


2,284.68 


5,015.32 


303.19 




9,840.90 


9,374.57 


466.33 


8,561.94 




8,000.00 


1,323.82 


6,676.18 


99.40 




41,659.10 


33,050.29 


8,608.81 


20,459.86 


$ 


417,084.62 $ 


388,655.87 $ 


28,428.75 $ 


59,643.13 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ILLINOIS HOUSING DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 



301 



General Office 

Housing Development Revolving Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Expenses. 



Non-Approp. 



1,571,901.57 



.00 $ 



1,150.67 



A** A* ****** A** A ****** 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 

Criminal Justice Trust Fund. 
Criminal Justice Trust Fund. _ 

Total , Operations 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue Fund 

Criminal Justice Trust Fund. _ 

Total, Awards and Grants 



Total, Appropriated Funds $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
ILEC Comprehensive Employ- 
ment Training Fund _ 

Total, Illinois Law Enforce- 
ment Commission $ 

Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing. . 

Telecommunications Services. 

Criminal Justice Information 
System and Implementation 
Committee Project Expenses. 

Research, Evaluation and 
Technical Assistance 

Total 



ILLINOIS LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION 
Summary by Category and Fund 



465,990.00 
3,027,015.00 
No Approp. 

3,493,005.00 



2,163,780.00 
31,547,605.00 

33,711,385.00 



457,437.50 
2,459,495.17 
1,895,463.17 

4,812,395.84 



1,872,848.00 
25,313,547.87 

27,186,395.87 



37,204,390.00 $ 31,998,791.71 



Non-Approp. 



3,552.32 



37,204,390.00 $ 32,002,344.03 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



8,552.50 $ 
567,519.83 
.00 



576,072.33 



290,932.00 
6,234,057.13 

6,524,989.13 



36,597.72 
277,611.21 
464,939.00 



779,147.93 



269,262.00 
,104,496.24 



4,373,758.24 



7,101,061.46 $ 5,152,906.17 



.00 $ 1,085.85 



7,101,061.46 $ 5,153,992.02 



$ 


266,100.00 $ 


262,166.45 $ 


3 


,933.55 


.00 




17,030.00 


16,766.38 




263.62 


.00 




12,500.00 


10,510.87 


1 


,989.13 


.00 




39,700.00 


39,063.93 




636.07 $ 


5,424.31 




20,200.00 


20,181.17 




18.83 


908.56 




7,000.00 


6,831.66 




168.34 


956.15 




2,000.00 


1,778.26 




221.74 


1,636.15 




4,000.00 


3,971.12 




28.88 


.00 




2,000.00 


1,996.29 




3.71 


.00 




16,200.00 


16,200.00 




.00 


1,585.99 




21,020.00 


21,019.93 




.07 


6,582.27 




58,240.00 


56,951.44 


1 


,288.56 


19,504.29 


$ 


465,990.00 $ 


457,437.50 $ 


8 


,552.50 $ 


36,597.72 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ILLINOIS LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION (Continued) 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Implementation Grants to 

Local Government $ 

Discretionary Grants for State 

Agencies _ 

Total $ 



Regular Positions , 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing.... 

Telecommunications Services.., 

Attorney General, Establish 
& Operate Financial Crime & 
Prosecution Assist. Bureau.. 

Criminal Justice Information 
System and Implementation 
Committee Project Expenses.. 

Research, Evaluation and 
Technical Assistance 



Total. 



1,183,200.00 $ 1,135,780.00 
72,220.00 58,333.00 



$ 47,420.00 $ 186,594.00 
13,887.00 833.00 



1,255,420.00 $ 



1,194,113.00 



61,307.00 $ 



General Office 

Criminal Justice Trust Fund 

Operations 



187,427.00 



$ 


1,112,700.00 


$ 


1,053,537.31 $ 


59,162.69 $ 


61,050.28 




73,645.00 




67,178.52 


6,466.48 


3,789.63 




53,000.00 




47,759.06 


5,240.94 


3,088.97 




241,400.00 




241,211.10 


188.90 


37,232.19 




67,800.00 




66,395.45 


1,404.55 


8,434.46 




21,000.00 




20,540.95 


459.05 


1,423.27 




12,000.00 




11,484.73 


515.27 


3,127.00 




2,000.00 




1,956.08 


43.92 


.00 




6,000.00 




5,900.58 


99.42 


271.38 




28,200.00 




28,192.85 


7.15 


11,801.45 




695,900.00 




586,100.00 


109,800.00 


105,039.00 




189,190.00 




106,742.17 


82,447.83 


17,811.38 




524,180.00 




222,496.37 


301,683.63 


24,542.20 


$ 


3,027,015.00 


$ 


2,459,495.17 $ 


567,519.83 $ 


277,611.21 




General Office 








Criminal Justice Trust Fund 








Awards and 


Grants 







Planning Grants for Local 

Government $ 

Implementation Grants to 

Local Government 

Discretionary Grants for State 

Agencies 

Discretionary Grants for Local 

Governments Enforcement _ 

Total $ 



921,200.00 $ 908,390.44 

19,203,050.00 17,313,187.71 

650,000.00 504,454.22 

3,250,000.00 2,710,814.37 



$ 12,809.56 $ 58,636.48 

1,889,862.29 2,522,340.59 

145,545.78 -18,336.14 

539,185.63 _ 412,726.89 



24,024,250.00 $ 21,436,846.74 



2,587,403.26 $ 2,975,367.82 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ILLINOIS LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION (Continued) 



303 



General Office 

Criminal Justice Trust Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Payment to State Agencies and 

not for Profit Corporations 

Pursuant to Omnibus Crime 

Control and Safe Streets Ac. No Approp. $ 1,761,824.92 
Correctional Manpower Services 

Project No Approp. 118,135.97 

Expenses of the Civil Rights 

Compliance Program Grant No Approp. 15,502.28 

Total $ 1,895,463.17 

General Office 

ILEC Comprehensive Employment Training Fund 

Operations 

Administration of the Title I 
CETA Grant Program Non-Approp . $ 3,552.32 

Implementation Grants — Dept. of Law Enforcement 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Financial Crimes Investigation $ 10,560.00 $ 10,556.00 

Minority Recruitment for Or- 
ganized Crime 8,560.00 8,555.00 

Metropolitan Enforcement 
Groups and Organized Crime 
Unit Support 33,330.00 25,831.00 

Improved Drug Analysis 
Capability 11,110.00 11,000.00 

Specialized Communications 16,670.00 16,456.00 

Criminal Justice Information 
System 11,110.00 .00 

ISPERN Radios 54,188.00 54,188.00 

Total $ 145,528.00 $ 126,586.00 

Implementation Grants — Dept. of Law Enforcement 

Criminal Justice Trust Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Financial Crimes Investigation $ 95,000.00 $ 22,508.00 

Minority Recruitment for Or- 
ganized Crime 77,030.00 40,169.00 

Metropolitan Enforcement 
Groups and Organized Crime 
Unit Support 300,000.00 145,968.00 

Improved Drug Analysis 
Capability 100,000.00 100,000.00 

Specialized Communications 150,000.00 48,110.00 

Criminal Justice Information 
System 100,000.00 .00 

ISPERN Radios 162,565.00 161,794.00 

Total $ 984,595.00 $ 518,549.00 



.00 


$ 


459 


718.05 


.00 






.00 


.00 




5 


220.95 


.00 


$ 


464 


939.00 



.00 $ 



1,085.85 



$ 


4.00 
5.00 

7,499.00 

110.00 
214.00 

11,110.00 


$ 


10 


556.00 
.00 

245.00 

.00 
.00 

.00 




.00 


$ 


54 

64 


188.00 


$ 


18,942.00 


989.00 



$ 


72,492.00 $ 


14,076.00 




36,861.00 


26,937.00 




154,032.00 


50,900.00 




.00 


.00 




101,890.00 


20,110.00 




100,000.00 


.00 




771.00 


161,794.00 


$ 


466,046.00 $ 


273,817.00 



304 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ILLINOIS LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION (Continued) 

Implementation Grants — Governor Volunteer Resources 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Community Systems of Justice.. $ 3,330.00 $ 3,330.00 .00 
Illinois Center of Non-Govern- 
ment Systems of Justice 19,045.00 18,352.00 $ 693.00 _ 

Total $ 22,375.00 $ 21,682.00 $ 693.00 

Implementation Grants — Governor Volunteer Resources 

Criminal Justice Trust Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Community Systems of Justice.. $ 25,000.00 .00 $ 25,000.00 
Illinois Center of Non-Govern- 
ment Systems of Justice 138,670.00 $ 21,682.00 116,988.00 _ 

Total $ 163,670.00 $ 21,682.00 $ 141,988.00 

Implementation Grants — Illinois Appellate Courts 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Appellate Justice Project $ 35,980.00 .00 $ 35,980.00 

First Judicial Public Defender 
Project 14,480.00 .00 14,480.00 _ 

Total $ 50,460.00 .00 $ 50,460.00 

Implementation Grants — Illinois Appellate Courts 

Criminal Justice Trust Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Appellate Justice Project $ 269,830.00 .00 $ 269,830.00 

First Judicial Public Defender 
Project 108,590.00 .00 108,590.00 

Total $ 378,420.00 .00 $ 378,420.00 

Implementation Grants — Admin. Office of 111. Courts 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Court Administration 
Improvement $ 9,867.00 $ 9,867.00 .00 

Implementation Grants — Admin. Office of 111. Courts 

Criminal Justice Trust Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Court Administration 
Improvement $ 74,000.00 $ 40,760.00 $ 33,240.00 $ 

Implementation Grants — Fifth Dist. Criminal Appeals 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Criminal Appeals Project $ 1,800.00 $ 1,800.00 .00 



.00 



1,507.00 



,00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ILLINOIS LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION (Continued) 



305 



Implementation Grants — Fifth Dist. Criminal Appeals 

Criminal Justice Trust Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Criminal Appeals Project $ 16,200.00 $ 10,569.68 $ 5,630.32 

Implementation Grants — Supreme Court Committee 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Court Reporter Training and 

Development $ 6,670.00 .00 $ 6,670.00 

Modern Court Technology 13,330.00 $ 8,093.00 5,237.00 

Court Administration Planning 

and Evaluation 16,670.00 13,497.00 3,173.00 

Criminal Court Seminars 1,510.00 ._00 1,510.00 

Total $ 38,180.00 $ 21,590.00 $ 16,590 

Implementation Grants — Supreme Court Committee 

Criminal Justice Trust Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Court Reporter Training and 

Development $ 60,000.00 .00 $ 60,000 

Modern Court Technology 120,000.00 $ 16,696.00 103,304 

Court Administration Planning 

and Evaluation 150,000.00 80,751.67 69,248 

Criminal Court Seminars 11,350.00 ,_00 11,350 

Total $ 341,350.00 $ 97,447.67 $ 243,902 

Implementation Grants — Office of State Appellate Defender 
General Revenue Fund 
Awards and Grants 

Prison Legal Services $ 20,530.00 $ 19,244.00 $ 1,286 

Implementation Grants — Office of State Appellate Defender 

Criminal Justice Trust Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Prison Legal Services $ 154,000.00 $ 118,084.00 $ 35,916 

Implementation Grants — Corrections-Adult Division 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Humane Security Systems $ 51,740.00 $ 51,740.00 

Staff Development 122,220.00 122,220.00 

Offender Vocational and Em- 
ployment Projects 55,560.00 55,556.00 $ 4 

Offender Vocational and Re- 
lease Program 19,260.00 7,935.00 11,325 

Criminal Justice Information 
System 132,520.00 38,025.00 94,495 

Total $ 381,300.00 $ 275,476.00 $ 105,824 



00 



00 
00 $ 



33 $ 



00 $ 



,00 



.00 
.00 



.00 
.00 



.00 



.00 
16,696.00 

4,458.67 
.00 



21,154.67 



.00 



11,900.00 



00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 



306 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ILLINOIS LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION (Continued) 

Implementation Grants — Corrections-Adult Division 

Criminal Justice Trust Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



14,445.00 
70,000.00 

45,830.00 

1,624.00 

.00 



131,899.00 



Humane Security Systems $ 465,700.00 $ 304,244.00 $ 161,456.00 $ 

Staff Development 1,100,000.00 621,494.00 478,506.00 

Offender Vocational and Em- 
ployment Projects 500,000.00 483,185.00 16,815.00 

Offender Vocational and Re- 
lease Program 173,310.00 42,500.00 130,810.00 

Criminal Justice Information 
System 1,027,200.00 228,584.03 798,615.97 _ 

Total $ 3,266,210.00 $ 1,680,007.03 $ 1,586,202.97 $ 

Implementation Grants — Corrections- Juvenile Div. 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Youth Services Network 

Development $ 36,290.00 $ 36,290.00 .00 $ 8,513.00 

Innovations in Correctional 

Services 36,110.00 8,333.00 $ 27,777.00 8,333.00 

Total $ 72,400.00 $ 44,623.00 $ 27,777.00 $ 

Implementation Grants — Corrections- Juvenile Div. 

Criminal Justice Trust Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Youth Services Network 

Development $ 326,570.00 $ 14,945.30 $ 311,624.70 $ 

Innovations in Correctional 

Services 325,000.00 314,893.45 10,106.55 

Total $ 651,570.00 $ 329,838.75 $ 321,731.25 $ 123,233.75 

Implementation Grants — Children and Family Services 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Contract Services Delivery 

System $ 94,440.00 $ 94,440.00 

Resources Identification and 

Development 11,110.00 11,110.00 

Youth Services Network 

Development 49,260.00 49,260.00 

Client Tracking and Monitoring 

System 11,110.00 3,057.00 $ 8,053. 

Total $ 165,920.00 $ 157,867.00 $ 8,053. 

Implementation Grants — Children and Family Services 

Criminal Justice Trust Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Contract Services Delivery 

System $ 850,000.00 $ 785,832.00 $ 64,168.00 $ 565,617.00 

Resources Identification and 

Development 100,000.00 12,325.00 87,675.00 .00 



16,846.00 



-191,659.70 
314,893.45 



00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ILLINOIS LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMISSION (Concluded) 

Implementation Grants — Children and Family Services 

Criminal Justice Trust Fund (Concluded) 

Awards and Grants 



307 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Youth Services Network 

Development 

Client Tracking and Monitoring 

System 


443,340.00 

100,000.00 

1,493,340.00 


$ 


261,606.00 

.00 

1,059,763.00 


$ 


181,734.00 
100,000.00 
433,577.00 




.00 
.00 


Total $ 


$ 


565,617.00 



********************* 

ILLINOIS MUNICIPAL RETIREMENT SYSTEM 

Summary by Category and Fund 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Illinois Municipal Re- 
tirement System Fund Non-Approp. $ 412,900,349.67 

Awards and Grants: 
Illinois Municipal Retire- 
ment System Fund Non-Approp . 3,093,684.84 

Total, Illinois Municipal 
Retirement System $ 415,994,034.51 

General Office 

Illinois Municipal Retirement System Fund 

Operations 

Investments Non-Approp. $ 18,633,068.37 

General Expenses Non-Approp. 394,267,281.30 

Total $ 412,900,349.67 

General Office 

Illinois Municipal Retirement System Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Benefit Expenses Non-Approp. $ 3,093,684.84 



.00 $ 3,883,496.55 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 $ 3,883,496.55 



.00 



,00 $ 3,883,496.55 



,00 



********************* 



ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF INVESTMENTS 



Expenses, 



General Office 

Illinois State Board of Investment Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp. 



1,292,827.65 



.00 $ 



43,677.96 



********************** 



308 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ILLINOIS STATE TOLL HIGHWAY AUTHORITY 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



NON- APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Illinois State Toll Highway 

Construction Fund 

Illinois State Toll Highway 
Revenue Fund 

Total, Illinois State Toll 
Highway Authority 



Construction and Adminis- 
tration Expenses 



Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 



13,283,333.52 
81,252,225.75 

94,535,559.27 



General Office 

Illinois State Toll Highway Construction Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp. 



13,283,333.52 



General Office 

Illinois State Toll Highway Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Operation and Maintenance 

General Reserve-Reconstruction 



Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 



$ 57,808,653.01 
23,443,572.74 

$ 81,252,225.75 



.00 $ 67,843.11 
.00 2,727,293.73 



,00 $ 2,795,136. 



.00 $ 



.00 $ 702,593.48 
.00 2,024,700.25 



.00 $ 2,727,293.73 



********************* 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund 

Federal Occupational Safety 

and Health Information Fund 
Federal Occupational Safety 
and Health Information Fund 

Total, Industrial Commission.. 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. . 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Electronic Data Processing.... 
Telecommunications Services... _ 

Total $ 



INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION 
Summary by Category and Fund 

2,585,937.00 $ 2,556,974.52 $ 
1,188,086.00 234,354.04 
No Approp. 



50,293.08 _ 

3,774,023.00 $ 2,841,621.64 $ 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



1,395,100.00 $ 
89,310.00 
49,600.00 
116,900.00 
97,000.00 
23,800.00 
25,700.00 
738,527.00 
50,000.00 



1,386,612.03 
88,046.46 
43,694.73 
116,110.09 
88,444.89 
22,241.85 
25,573.97 
736,953.51 
49,296.99 



28,962.48 $ 
953,731.96 
.00 



8,487.97 
1,263.54 
5,905.27 

789.91 
8,555.11 
1,558.15 

126.03 
1,573.49 

703.01 



422,273.47 

2,792.42 

-4,389.00 



982,694.44 $ 420,676.89 



71,478.37 
4,529.05 
2,766.20 

13,870.09 

16,479.94 

3,359.82 

6,806.13 

281,771.70 

21,212.17 



2,585,937.00 $ 2,556,974.52 



28,962.48 $ 422,273.47 



TABLE V (Continued) 
INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION (Concluded) 



309 



General Office 

Federal Occupational Safety and Health Information Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing... 
Telecommunications Services.. 
Federal Occupational Safety 
Information 

Total 



$ 147,800.00 $ 


42,257.01 $ 


105,542.99 $ 


1 


,534.67 


9,459.00 


2,704.44 


6,754.56 




98.22 


6,900.00 


1,856.79 


5,043.21 




89.78 


20,500.00 


19,207.17 


1,292.83 




82.32 


35,000.00 


.00 


35,000.00 




.00 


3,000.00 


3,000.00 


.00 




628.35 


29,000.00 


24,543.45 


4,456.55 




.00 


36,000.00 


24,200.89 


11,799.11 




.00 


895,427.00 


116,584.29 


778,842.71 




359.08 


5,000.00 


.00 


5,000.00 




.00 


No Approp. 


50,293.08 
284,647.12 $ 


.00 

953,731.96 $ 


-4 
-1 


,389.00 


$ 1,188,086.00 $ 


,596.58 



********************* 

INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY 

Summary by Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 

Public Utility Fund _ 

Total, Institute for Environ- 
mental Quality $ 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing.... 

Telecommunications Services... 

Expenses Connected with Sem- 
inars and Conferences 

Environmental Education 

Guidance to the Pollution 
Control Board 

Guidance to the Environmental 
Protection Agency 

Expenses of Obtaining, Pro- 
cessing and Sorting Environ- 
mental Information 

Studies, Investigations and 
Programs Relating to Techno- 
logy and Administration 
of Environmental Quality 



428,676.00 $ 
1,127,566.00 



358,354.91 $ 
1,079,917.87 



1,556,242.00 $ 1,438,272.78 $ 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



70,321.09 $ 
47,648.13 



116,153.70 
274,777.10 



117,969.22 $ 390,930.80 



71,500.00 $ 


66,481.00 $ 


5 


,019.00 


.00 


4,353.00 


4,254.78 




98.22 


.00 


3,523.00 


3,433.46 




89.54 


.00 


15,600.00 


15,257.03 




342.97 $ 


1,685.88 


2,000.00 


1,808.09 




191.91 


61.28 


2,200.00 


2,026.70 




173.30 


295.80 


483.00 


280.73 




202.27 


.00 


800.00 


793.79 




6.21 


.00 


900.00 


310.28 




589.72 


.00 


2,417.00 


2,417.00 




.00 


877.10 


2,600.00 


2,599.39 




.61 


.00 


24,700.00 


21,820.26 


2 


,879.74 


3,177.92 


26,000.00 


25,982.48 




17.52 


19,536.37 


86,000.00 


62,977.58 


23 


,022.42 


7,063.75 


39,000.00 


28,997.17 


10 


,002.83 


5,546.46 



58,700.00 



48,345.72 



10,354.28 



7,483.69 



310 



TABLE V (Continued) 
INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (Concluded) 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund (Concluded) 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Expenses of Environmental 
Health Resource Center at 
U. of I 

Expenses of Task Forces.... 



Total. 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing.... 

Telecommunications Services. . . 

Expenses Connected with Sem- 
inars and Conferences 

Environmental Education 

Guidance to the Pollution 
Control Board 

Guidance to the Environmental 
Protection Agency 

Expenses of Obtaining, Pro- 
cessing and Sorting Environ- 
mental Information 

Studies, Investigations and 
Programs Relating to Techno- 
logy and Administration of 
Environmental Quality 

Expenses of the Environmental 
Health Resource Center at 
the U. of I 

Expenses of Task Forces 

Total 





46,800.00 




46,800.00 


.00 


46,800.00 




41,100.00 




23,769.45 


17,330.55 


23,625.45 


$ 


428,676.00 


$ 


358,354.91 $ 


70,321.09 $ 


116,153.70 




Gene 


ral 


Office 








Public 


Ut 


ility Fund 








Opera 


tions 






$ 


140,100.00 


$ 


137,064.14 $ 


3,035.86 $ 


630.00 




8,966.00 




8,763.11 


202.89 


40.32 




6,600.00 




5,894.40 


705.60 


28.93 




30,100.00 




30,099.62 


.38 


.00 




4,000.00 




3,703.67 


296.33 


.00 




4,300.00 




4,285.41 


14.59 


32.67 




1,600.00 




1,089.00 


511.00 


187.50 




1,700.00 




1,689.17 


10.83 


.00 




1,600.00 




1,583.50 


16.50 


.00 




4,000.00 




4,000.00 


.00 


1,450.85 




7,400.00 




5,576.30 


1,823.70 


717.90 




70,300.00 




69,261.67 


1,038.33 


23,949.65 




74,000.00 




70,141.74 


3,858.26 


18,180.64 




244,900.00 




237,928.02 


6,971.98 


49,671.68 




111,000.00 




109,586.32 


1,413.68 


37,176.42 




166,900.00 




161,952.53 


4,947.47 


59,415.43 




133,200.00 




123,178.94 


10,021.06 


44,206.49 




116,900.00 




104,120.33 


12,779.67 


39,088.62 


$ 


1,127,566.00 


$ 


1,079,917.87 $ 


47,648.13 $ 


274,777.10 



********************** 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION 



311 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue Fund $ 

Refunds: 
General Revenue Fund _ 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
SALOON Grant 767 Fund 

Total, Liquor Control 
Commission $ 



389,789.00 $ 



300.00 



390,089.00 $ 



Non-Approp . 



367,752.40 



10.00 



367,762.40 



58,472.01 



22,036.60 $ 14,724.80 



290.00 



.00 



.00 



22,326.60 $ 14,724.80 



6,129.84 



390,089.00 $ 



426,234.41 $ 22,326.60 $ 20,854.64 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. . 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Total 



$ 


269,045.00 $ 


269,034.61 


$ 


10.39 


$ 


1,406.69 




17,201.00 


17,199.89 




1.11 




66.62 




16,570.00 


9,507.25 




7,062.75 




39.81 




45,257.00 


43,329.59 




1,927.41 




5,667.58 




18,216.00 


14,036.29 




4,179.71 




3,661.87 




4,500.00 


3,038.50 




1,461.50 




534.87 




6,000.00 


4,437.02 




1,562.98 




865.07 




800.00 


.00 




800.00 




.00 




12,200.00 


7,169.25 




5,030.75 




2,482.29 


$ 


389,789.00 $ 


367,752.40 


$ 


22,036.60 


$ 


14,724.80 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Refunds 



Refunds $ 



300.00 $ 



10.00 



290.00 



.00 



General Office 

SALOON Grant 767 Fund 

Operations 



Expenses, 



Non-Approp. $ 



58,472.01 



,00 $ 



6,129.84 



********************** 



TABLE V (Continued) 
LOCAL GOVERNMENT LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS TRAINING BOARD 

Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 33,180.00 $ 30,613.06 $ 

Local Governmental Law En- 
forcement Officers Fund 111,142.00 109,080.73 

Total, Operations 144,322.00 139,693.79 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue Fund 250,000.00 249,930.50 

Local Governmental Law En- 
forcement Officers Fund 2,700,000.00 2,315,839.89 

Total, Awards and Grants 2,950,000.00 2,565,770.39 

Total, Local Law Enforcement 
Officers Training Board $ 3,094,322.00 $ 2,705,464.18 $ 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Administration of Public 
Act 77-2833 $ 33,180.00 $ 30,613.06 $ 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 

For Distribution to Local 
Units of Government Pursuant 
to Public Act 77-2833 $ 250,000.00 $ 249,930.50 $ 

General Office 
Local Governmental Law Enforcement Officers 
Operations 

Regular Positions $ 75,865.00 $ 75,775.00 

Contribution Retirement 4,856.00 4,849.49 

Contribution Social Security.. 2,161.00 2,155.29 

Contractual Services 13,860.00 12,815.38 

Travel 5,150.00 5,026.07 

Commodities 2,990.00 2,951.19 

Printing 2,500.00 2,100.79 

Equipment 500.00 478.45 

Telecommunications Services... 1,600.00 1,473.96 

Operation Automotive Equipment 1,660.00 1,455. 11 

Total $ 111,142.00 $ 109,080.73 

General Office 
Local Governmental Law Enforcement Officers 
Awards and Grants 

For Distribution Among 
Participating Local Govern- 
mental Agencies $ 2,700,000.00 $ 2,315,839.89 $ 

********************** 



2,566.94 
2,061.27 



206.57 
4,537.66 



4,628.21 

69.50 
384,160.11 



384,229.61 



4,744.23 

249,930.50 
2,315,839.89 
2,565,770.39 



388,857.82 $ 2,570,514.62 



69.50 $ 



249,930.50 



$ 


90.00 $ 


225.00 




6.51 


14.40 




5.71 


7.89 




1,044.62 


1,407.28 




123.93 


332.00 




38.81 


708.22 




399.21 


1,408.05 




21.55 


67.80 




126.04 


228.28 




204.89 


138.74 


$ 


2,061.27 $ 


4,537.66 



384,160.11 $ 2,315,839.89 



TABLE V (Continued) 
MEDICAL CENTER COMMISSION 



Summary by Category and Fund 



313 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue Fund. 



Permanent Improvements: 
General Revenue Fund 



Total, Medical Center 
Commission 



Regular Positions 

Retirement Contribution 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Total 



Acquisition of Lands and 
Demolition of Buildings, Med- 
ical Center District, Reappr. 
from FY 74 $ 

Acquisition of Land and Build- 
ings of an Entire Block and 
for Demolition of Buildings 
Reappr. from FY 74 

Total 



Regular Positions ft 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. . 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Total $ 



161,078.00 $ 145,427.39 $ 15,650.61 $ 9,297.76 

95,641.74 60,190.74 35,451.00 44,333.19 

256,719.74 $ 205,618.13 $ 51,101.61 $ 53,630.95 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



$ 


135,700.00 

8,308.00 

3,900.00 

5,480.00 

900.00 

400.00 

1,000.00 

500.00 

4,890.00 


$ 




122,967.40 

7,869.91 

3,451.99 

5,447.63 

38.84 

194.41 

618.60 

.00 

4,838.61 


$ 


12 


,732.60 
438.09 
448.01 

32.37 
861.16 
205.59 
381.40 
500.00 

51.39 


$ 


5,479.00 

350.66 

164.17 

1,168.16 

.00 

30.91 

.00 

.00 

2,104.86 


$ 


161,078.00 


$ 




145,427.39 


$ 


15 


,650.61 


$ 


9,297.76 




General 


Office 














General 


Revenue Fund 














Permanent Improvements 













50,000.00 $ 



46,767.74 



3,232.26 $ 



66,560.00 $ 61,423.02 
********************** 



5,136.98 $ 



44,333.19 





45,641.74 


13,423.00 


32 


,218.74 




.00 


$ 


95,641.74 $ 


60,190.74 $ 


35 


451.00 $ 


44 


,333.19 




********************* 












MENTAL HEALTH 


PLANNING BOARD 












General 


Office 












General Revenue Fund 












Operations 










ft 


£0,nnn.nn ft 
2^60.00 ' 


37,346.69 ft 
2 ',282. 96 


2 


m-.ii $ 


1 


> si m 




1,350.00 


1,344.64 




5.36 




42.00 




13,076.00 


12,951.15 




124.85 


3 


,421.92 




5,174.00 


4,042.27 


1 


,131.73 




119.05 




1,200.00 


1,118.31 




81.69 




124.72 




1,300.00 


1,156.01 




143.99 


1 


,100.00 




300.00 


282.00 




18.00 




.00 




1,600.00 


898.99 




701.01 




153.15 



6,779.86 



314 TABLE V (Continued) 

METROPOLITAN FAIR AND EXPOSITION AUTHORITY 

General Office 

Metropolitan Fair and Exposition Authority Reconstruction Fund 

Awards and Grants 


Appropriated for 


Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 


Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 


Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 


Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 


Payment of Principal on 
Revenue Bonds 

Payment of Interest on 
Revenue Bonds 


$ 10,000,000.00 
1,250,000.00 


$ 10,000,000.00 .00 .00 

1,250,000.00 .00 .00 

$ 11,250,000.00 .00 .00 

************* 
CONTROL BOARD 

al Office 
Revenue Fund 
rations 

$ 260,044.51 $ 5.31 $ 884.69 

16,214.21 175.79 53.60 

13,613.73 21.27 32.04 

110,408.87 5,291.13 9,431.06 

122,724.67 32,275.33 24,380.68 

14.779.43 1.220.57 2.722.93 


Total 

Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Court Reporting Costs 


$ 11,250,000.00 

******** 

POLLUTION 

Gener 
General 
Ope 

$ 260,049.82 

16,390.00 

13,635.00 

115,700.00 

155,000.00 

16,000.00 




10,000.00 8,608.67 1,391.33 1,367.96 
41,840.18 33,358.87 8,481.31 7,040.28 
3,000.00 770.25 2,229.75 312.26 
13,000.00 9,571.24 3,428.76 2,565.03 
90,000.00 48,424.95 41,575.05 8,788.28 

$ 734,615.00 $ 638,519.40 $ 96,095.60 $ 57,578.81 
********************* 




Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 
Expenses of Hearing Officers.. 

Total 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Agricultural Premium Fund. 

Awards and Grants: 
Agricultural Premium Fund. 



RACING BOARD 
Summary by Category and Fund 



1,818,076.00 $ 1,778,594.73 $ 



50,000.00 



50,000.00 



39,481.27 $ 98,547.19 
.00 .00 



Total, Racing Board $ 1,868,076.00 $ 1,828,594.73 $ 



39,481.27 $ 98,547.19 



TABLE V (Continued) 
RACING BOARD (Concluded) 



315 



General Office 

Agricultural Premium Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services... 

Operation Automotive Equipment 

Recruitment, Training and Up- 
grading Minorities Employed 
by Licensees 

Total 



$ 


1,449,097.00 $ 


1,434,069.03 $ 


15,027.97 $ 


71,100.86 




77,209.00 


77,053.86 


155.14 


4,550.45 




66,870.00 


64,758.74 


2,111.26 


3,420.80 




72,300.00 


71,529.51 


770.49 


6,608.79 




26,000.00 


25,999.95 


.05 


2,539.78 




50,500.00 


50,185.23 


314.77 


4,463.73 




10,200.00 


5,534.44 


4,665.56 


387.08 




28,000.00 


19,928.07 


8,071.93 


.00 




15,400.00 


14,850.45 


549.55 


5,095.05 




2,500.00 


1,091.90 


1,408.10 


239.41 




20,000.00 


13,593.55 


6,406.45 


141.24 


$ 


1,818,076.00 $ 


1,778,594.73 $ 


39,481.27 $ 


98,547.19 



General Office 

Agricultural Premium Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Prizes and Awards, Illinois 
Bred County Fair Races 



50,000.00 



.00 



.00 



********************** 



316 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, COMMISSIONER OF 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 699,300.00 $ 676,241.59 $ 23,058.41 

Contribution Retirement 44,755.00 42,711.60 2,043.40 

Contribution Social Security 18,600.00 17,772.29 827.71 

Contractual Services 73,200.00 71,642.55 1,557.45 

Travel 85,800.00 82,398.48 3,401.52 

Commodities 5,700.00 4,353.94 1,346.06 

Printing 4,500.00 3,371.99 1,128.01 

Equipment 1,000.00 219.81 780.19 

Electronic Data Processing. . 29,400.00 29,268.48 131.52 

Telecommunications Services. 14,000.00 12,108.27 1,891.73 
Operation Automotive 

Equipment 1,000.00 459.24 540.76 

Total $ 977,255.00 $ 940,548.24 $ 36,706.76 



28,641.00 

1,833.02 

887.48 

5,497.88 

3,989.05 

783.18 

957.34 

132.06 

2,706.77 

3,744.87 

114.02 

49,286.67 



******************** 

STATE APPELLATE DEFENDER 

Summary by Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue Fund $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

ILEC Grant Fund 

State Appellate Defender 
Fund 



Total, Non-Appropriated Funds 



Total, State Appellate 
Defender $ 



1,650,334.00 $ 



Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 



1,487,898.20 $ 



162,435.80 



$ 39,785.29 



$ 


137,997.19 








.00 


$ 


6,049.92 




211,680.09 








.00 




24,756.19 


$ 


349,677.28 








.00 


$ 


30,806.11 


$ 


1,837,575.48 


$ 


162 


435 


.80 


$ 


70,591.40 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution, Retirement.... 
Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services. 

Total 



$ 


1,218,500.00 $ 


1,108,168.27 


$ 


110,331.73 


$ 


.00 




77,984.00 


70,913.45 




7,070.55 




.00 




55,728.00 


55,263.46 




464.54 




.00 




153,622.00 


130,830.58 




22,791.42 




10,180.13 




52,000.00 


44,363.00 




7,637.00 




2,931.08 




24,000.00 


18,920.33 




5,079.67 




1,885.83 




6,500.00 


2,508.80 




3,991.20 




7.50 




31,000.00 


30,779.09 




220.91 




14,242.16 




31,000.00 


26,151.22 




4,848.78 




10,538.59 


$ 


1,650,334.00 $ 


1,487,898.20 


$ 


162,435.80 


$ 


39,785.29 



TABLE V (Continued) 
STATE APPELLATE DEFENDER (Concluded) 



317 



General Office 

ILEC Grant Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Expenses. 



Non-Approp. 



137,997.19 



.00 



6,049.92 



General Office 

State Appellate Defender Fund 

Operations 



Expenses, 



Non-Approp. 



211,680.09 



.00 



24,756.19 



******************** 
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution, Retirement.... 

Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services. 

Travel, Including Per Diem 
Payments to Members, as 
Provided by Law 

Total $ 



$ 


49,300.00 


$ 


42,490.50 


$ 


6,809.50 




3,500.00 




214.66 




3,285.34 




2,100.00 




196.26 




1,903.74 




34,988.00 




34,648.10 




339.90 




2,283.00 




1,667.45 




615.55 




60.00 




59.95 




.05 




2,169.00 




1,001.78 




1,167.22 




55,000.00 




42,196.50 




12,803.50 


$ 


149,400.00 


$ 


122,475.20 


$ 


26,924.80 



.00 
.00 
.00 
1.32 
.00 
.00 
.00 



5,270.82 



******************** 
STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contribution, Retirement 

ontribution Social Security. 

ontractual Services 

Etavel 

ommodities 

rinting 

quipment 

lectronic Data Processing... 
Telecommunications Services.. 
)peration Automotive 

Equipment 

administrative Expenses, 

"An Act to Regulate Campaign 

Financing" 



1,100,100.00 $ 1,040,504.68 



82,600.00 

51,700.00 

814,000.00 

104,990.00 

22,200.00 

78,100.00 

126,600.00 

7,610.00 

27,500.00 

4,100.00 



500,000.00 



66,570.15 

51,700.00 

813,536.92 

104,978.51 

19,278.25 

27,898.96 

117,997.43 

55.00 

25,467.73 

1,057.58 



499,555.95 



2,919,500.00 $ 2,768,601.16 



********************** 



59,595.32 

16,029.85 

.00 

463.08 

11.49 

2,921.75 

50,201.04 

8,602.57 

7,555.00 

2,032.27 

3,042.42 



444.05 



2,451.20 

156.87 

.00 

1?. 1,798. 52 

.00 

5,407.46 

1,714.56 

47,167.02 

55.00 

10,689.38 

256.52 



63,678.32 



150,898.84 



$ 253,374.85 



318 



TABLE V (Continued) 
STATE EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 120,795.00 $ 93,060.21 $ 

State Pensions Fund 178,600.00 178,600.00 _ 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 299,395.00 $ 271,660.21 $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Social Security 

Contributions Fund Non-Approp. $ 163,180,100.28 

State Employees Retirement 
System Fund Non-Approp. 36,476,175.27 _ 

Total, Operations 199,656,275.55 

Awards and Grants: 
State Employees Retirement. 
System Fund Non-Approp. 50,227,245.15 

Refunds: 
State Employees Retirement 
System Fund Non-Approp. 8,806,136.65 _ 

Total, Non-Appropriated Funds $ 258,689,657.35 

Total, State Employees 
Retirement System $ 299,395.00 $ 258,961,317.56 $ 

General Office 

State Pensions Fund 

Operations 

Contribution, Retirement $ 178,600.00 $ 178,600.00 

General Office 

State Employees Retirement System Fund 

Operations 

Investments Non-Approp. $ 35,500,000.00 

Electronic Data Processing... Non-Approp. 322,019.45 
Expenses Non-Approp. 654,155.82 _ 

Total $ 36,476,175.27 



General Office 

State Employees Retirement System Fund 

Awards and Grants 



27,734.79 $ 14,014.98 
.00 .00 



27,734.79 $ 14,014.98 

.00 $ -889.71 
.00 -25,045.20 



.00 -25,934.91 



.00 101,136.36 



■7,013.83 



.00 $ 68,187.62 



27,734.79 $ 82,202.60 



.00 



,00 .00 

,00 .00 

,00 -25,045.20 



.00 $ -25,045.20 



Benefits 



Non-Approp. 



50,227,245.15 



00 $ 101,136.36 



TABLE V (Continued) 
STATE EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM (Concluded) 

General Office 

State Employees Retirement System Fund 

Refunds 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Refunds. 



Non-Approp. 



1,806,136.65 



.00 $ 



Social Security Unit 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contribution Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing... 
Telecommunications Services.. 

Total 



$ 


59,300.00 $ 


53,179.66 


$ 


6,120.34 $ 


2,541.50 




3,795.00 


3,403.53 




391.47 


162.66 




2,800.00 


1,516.14 




1,283.86 


75.22 




24,400.00 


20,086.77 




4,313.23 


.00 




1,500.00 


902.42 




597.58 


.00 




1,800.00 


1,678.56 




121.44 


1,144.63 




8,000.00 


2,345.54 




5,654.46 


1,041.72 




2,000.00 


1,991.98 




8.02 


1,562.70 




15,000.00 


7,328.37 




7,671.63 


7,328.37 




2,200.00 


627.24 




1,572.76 


158.18 


$ 


120,795.00 $ 


93,060.21 


$ 


27,734.79 $ 


14,014.98 



Social Security Unit 

Social Security Contributions Fund 

Operations 



Payments Made to US Treasury 
and or Refunds to Local 
Governments 



Non-Approp. $ 163,180,100.28 



.00 $ 



■889.71 



******************** 

STATE FAIR AGENCY 

Summary by Category and Fund 



Dperations: 

Agricultural Premium Fund.. 
Illinois Fund for Illinois 

Colts 

State Fair Trust Fund 

rotal , Operations 

\wards and Grants: 
Agricultural Premium Fund.. 
Illinois Fund for Illinois 
Colts 

rotal, Awards and Grants.... 



3,087,771.00 $ 



41,700.00 
250,000.00 



3,379,471.00 

528,400.00 
467,000.00 
995,400.00 



2,972,069.79 $ 



35,032.63 
81,932.66 



3,089,035.08 



509,955.20 
461,501.27 



115,701.21 $ 446,027.38 



6,667.37 
168,067.34 



290,435.92 



2,350.18 
5,563.43 



453,940.99 



18,444.80 31,193.86 
5,498.73 .00 



971,456.47 



23,943.53 



31,193.86 



320 



TABLE V (Continued) 
STATE FAIR AGENCY (Continued) 

Summary by Category and Fund (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Permanent Improvements: 
Agricultural Premium Fund... 
Capital Development Fund.... 

Total, Permanent 
Improvements 



Refunds: 
Agricultural Premium Fund. 



Total, State Fair Agency. $ 



2,157,000.00 
847,600.00 



3,004,600.00 



1,619,741.04 
.00 



1,619,741.04 



10,000.00 _, 8,851.50 _ 

7,389,471.00 $ 5,689,084.09 $ 

General Office 

Agricultural Premium Fund 

Operations 



537,258.96 269,026.00 
847,600.00 .00 



1,384,858.96 269,026.00 

1,148.50 u 1,461.00 

1,700,386.91 $ 755,621.85 



Personal Services 

Regular Positions $ 

Regular Positions 

Contribution, 

Retirement 

Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 

Operation Automotive Equipment 

Fair Entertainment 

Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses for the State Fair 
Advisory Board 

Total 



Awards and Premiums for 

Horse Racing meets 

Awards to Livestock. Breeders. 

Total $ 



$ 


1,078,800.00 


$ 


1,078,649.11 $ 


150.89 $ 


.00 




161,200.00 




141,315.29 


19,884.71 


60,074.05 




69,071.00 




67,539.24 


1,531.76 


719.44 




7,500.00 




4,467.39 


3,032.61 


3,061.53 




53,500.00 




49,851.13 


3,648.87 


644.51 




5,800.00 




3,473.05 


2,326.95 


2,195.22 




676,400.00 




675,950.00 


450.00 


342.20 




290,100.00 




261,304.58 


28,795.42 


241,681.12 




5,600.00 




5,183.37 


416.63 


1,065.29 




74,100.00 




70,899.08 


3,200.92 


8,959.79 




123,700.00 




89,633.58 


34,066.42 


89,633.58 




53,000.00 




50,410.27 


2,589.73 


32,963.97 




21,600.00 




15,955.79 


5,644.21 


165.10 




31,900.00 




25,474.11 


6,425.89 


458.83 




32,500.00 




31,881.18 


618.82 


4,398.75 




400,000.00 




399,302.25 


697.75 


336.00 




3,000.00 
3,087,771.00 


$ 


780.37 


2,219.63 


.00 


$ 


2,972,069.79 $ 


115,701.21 $ 


446,027.38 




General 


Office 








Agricultural 


Premium Fund 








Award 


s and Grants 






$ 


328,400.00 


$ 


320,873.09 $ 


7,526.91 $ 


26,487.74 




200,000.00 




189,082.11 


10,917.89 


4,706.12 



528,400.00 $ 



509,955.20 $ 



18,444.80 $ 



31,193.86 



TABLE V (Continued) 
STATE FAIR AGENCY (Continued) 



321 



General Office 

Agricultural Premium Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Repair, Maintenance, and 
Rehabilitation of Coliseum, 
Including Roofing, Heating 
and Air Conditioning $ 

Construction of Restroom 
Facilities 

Rehabilitation of Roads and 
Intersections 

Repair, Maintenance and 
Rehabilitation of Building 13 
Including Roofing, Painting 
and Sandblasting 

General Masonry 

Repair, Rehabilitation and 
Maintenance of Building 15 
to Include Air Conditioning 
Plumbing, and Remodeling.... 

General Roof Repair 

Rehabilitation, Repair and 
Maintenance of Grandstand... 

General Repair and Mainte- 
nance 

Construction of Restroom 
Facility, Tent City 

Additional Rehabilitation and 
Remodeling Work 

Remodel Improve and Adapt 
Public Facilities to Needs 
of Handicapped Persons 

Total $ 

Refunds $ 

Salary of Investigators of 
Eligibility $ 

Contribution, State Employee 
Retirement 

Contribution Social Security 

Travel of Investigators of 
Eligibility 

Total $ 



282,500.00 $ 
125,000.00 
9,000.00 



32,000.00 
47,000.00 



.00 $ 
86,322.00 
8,940.00 



29,685.00 
36,279.62 



282,500.00 $ 
38,678.00 
60.00 



2,315.00 
10,720.38 



2,157,000.00 $ 1,619,741.04 $ 

General Office 

Agricultural Premium Fund 

Refunds 



10,000.00 $ 



8,851.50 $ 



1,148.50 $ 



.00 

86,322.00 

8,940.00 



29,685.00 
.00 



20,000.00 


16,525.00 


3,475.00 


16,525.00 


10,700.00 


10,282.00 


418.00 


10,282.00 


205,800.00 


66,136.17 


139,663.83 


.00 


50,000.00 


48,714.41 


1,285.59 


.00 


115,000.00 


84,720.00 


30,280.00 


84,720.00 


1,200,000.00 


1,199,584.84 


415.16 


.00 


60,000.00 


32,552.00 


27,448.00 


32,552.00 



537,258.96 $ 269,026.00 



1,461.00 





General 
Illinois Fund for 
Operat 


Office 

Illinois Colts 
ions 










$ 


25,000.00 

1,600.00 
1,400.00 

13,700.00 


$ 




19,643.95 

1,257.21 
469.13 

13,662.34 


$ 


5,356.05 

342.79 
930.87 

37.66 


$ 


999.10 

63.94 
36.51 

1,250.63 


$ 


41,700.00 


$ 




35,032.63 


$ 


6,667.37 


$ 


2,350.18 



322 



TABLE V (Continued) 
STATE FAIR AGENCY (Concluded) 



General Office 
Awards and ^rapts 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Purses of Races at Illinois 
State Fair as Provided in 
the Illinois Harness Racing 
Act 

Purses of Races at County 
Fairs as Provided in the 
Illinois Harness Racing Act. 



Total. 



$ 


307,000.00 


$ 


307,000.00 


$ 


.00 


.00 




160,000.00 




154,501.27 




5,498.73 


.00 


$ 


467,000.00 


$ 


461,501.27 


$ 


5,498.73 


.00 



General Office 

Capital Development Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Rehacilitation of Current 
14 Series Barns 

Renovation and Remodeling of 
the Grandstand 

Preliminary Planning for 
Renovation of Building 28.. 

Ventilating 25 Series Barns. 

For Preliminary Planning, 
Planning for Improving 
Access for Handicapped 
Persons 



Total, 



$ 


150,000.00 






.00 


$ 


150,000.00 


.00 




419,400.00 






.00 




419,400.00 


.00 




220,000.00 
52,800.00 






.00 
.00 




220,000.00 
52,800.00 


.00 
.00 




5,400.00 






.00 




5,400.00 


.00 


$ 


847,600.00 






.00 


$ 


847,600.00 


.00 




General Office 
State Fair Trust 
Operations 


Fund 











Change for Fair Activity and 
to pay Federal Taxes on 
Ticket Sales $ 



250,000.00 $ 



11,932.66 $ 



168,067.34 $ 



5,563.43 



******************** 



ST. LOUIS METROPOLITAN AREA AIRPORT AUTHORITY 



Regular Positions $ 

Cortribution 

Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 



General 


Office 






General 


Revenue 


Fund 






Opera 


tions 








148,800.00 


$ 




123,619.71 $ 


25,180.29 $ 


250.00 


9,523.00 






7,908.23 


1,614.77 


16.00 


6,300.00 






4,575.97 


1,724.03 


11.98 


178,500.00 






163,883.70 


14,616.30 


4,275.90 


9,000.00 






5,803.22 


3,196.78 


155.81 


3,250.00 






1,289.21 


1,960.79 


102.00 


5,000.00 






1,079.90 


3,920.10 


223.40 


4,800.00 






3,900.55 


899.45 


3,900.55 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ST. LOUIS METROPOLITAN AREA AIRPORT AUTHORITY (Concluded) 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations (Concluded) 



323 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Updating Environmental Inpact 
Statements and for Matching 
Federal Funds for Master 
Planning or Land Acquisition 



9,000.00 $ 
4,000.00 

200,000.00 



7,229.24 $ 
2,551.01 

190,427.88 



1,770.76 $ 
1,448.99 

9,572.12 



1,165.50 
534.98 



190,427.88 



Total. 



578,173.00 $ 



512,268.62 $ 



65,904.38 $ 201,064.00 



******************** 



Appropriated Funds: 
Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue Fund $ 

State Pensions Fund 

Total, Appropriated Funds.... $ 

Non-Appropriated Funds: 
Operations : 
Teachers Retirement System 
Fund 

Awards and Grants: 
Teachers Retirement System 
Fund 

Refunds: 
Teachers Retirement System 
Fund _ 

Total, Non-Appropriated 
Funds 

Total, Teachers' Retirement 
System $ 

For Purposes Set Forth in 
Sections 16-135, 16-147 of 
the Pension Code $ 

Additional Costs Due to 
Minimum Retirement Allow- 
ances Under Section 
16-136.2 of the Illinois 
Pension Code 

Total $ 



TEACHERS' RETIREMENT SYSTEM 
Summary by Category and Fund 



,400,000.00 $ 7,077,993.82 $ 1,322,006.18 $ 83,333.37 
645,100.00 645,100.00 ^00 .00 



045,100.00 $ 7,723,093.82 $ 1,322,006.18 $ 83,333.37 



Non-Approp. $ 287,139,185.93 



.00 $ 37,326.12 



Non-Approp, 



Non-Approp. 



125,513,611.15 



13,232,362.81 



$ 425,885,159.89 



.00 



.00 



1,000,000.00 $ 1,000,000.00 



7,400,000.00 



6,077,993.82 $ 1,322,006.18 



258,166.75 



167,346.07 



.00 $ 462,838.94 



9,045,100.00 $ 433,608,253.71 $ 1,322,006.18 $ 546,172.31 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



.00 $ 83,333.37 



,400,000.00 $ 7,077,993.82 $ 1,322,006.18 $ 83,333.37 



TABLE V (Continued) 

RETIREMENT SYSTEM (Concluded) 



General Office 

State Pensions Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Contribution to the Teachers 
Retirement System to Reduce 
the Accrued Actuarial 
Reserve Deficiency $ 645,100.00 $ 645,100.00 

General Office 

Teachers Retirement System Fund 

Operations 

Investments Non-Approp. $ 286,001,349.17 

Administrative Expenses Non-Approp. 1,137,836.76 

Total $ 287,139,185.93 

General Office 

Teachers Retirement System Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Benefits Non-Approp. $ 125,513,611.15 

General Office 

Teachers Retirement System Fund 

Refunds 

Refunds Non-Approp. $ 13,232,362.81 

******************** 
TEACHERS' PENSION & RETIREMENT SYSTEM - CHICAGO 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Supplementary Payments 
Pursuant to Sections 17-154, 
155,156 of the Pension Code. $ 250,000.00 $ 250,000.00 

******************** 

VETERANS COMMISSION 

Summary by Category and Fund 

Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 2,416,675.00 $ 2,363,158.05 $ 

G. I. Education Fund 364,438.00 349,813.95 

Total, Operations 2,781,113.00 2,712,972.00 

Awards and Grants: 
General Revenue Fund 1,063,600.00 933,842.93 

Total, Veterans Commission... $ 3,844,713.00 $ 3,646,814.93 $ 



.00 



00 £_ 
00 $ 



.00 $ 



.00 $ 



.00 



53,516.95 $ 
14,624.05 



68,141.00 



129,757.07 



.00 
37,326.12 



37,326.12 



258,166.75 



167,346.07 



.00 



138,919.86 
19,150.79 



158,070.65 



156,913.83 



197,898.07 $ 314,984.48 



TABLE V (Continued) 
VETERANS' COMMISSION (Concluded) 



325 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Personal Services 
Regular Positions $ 

Contribution, State Employee 
Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services ......... 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Total $ 



1,811,550.00 $ 

115,549.00 
85,076.00 

213,000.00 
86,000.00 
18,800.00 
16,000.00 
18,200.00 
44,000.00 



i, 500. 00 



1,810,247.11 $ 

115,366.74 
65,186.98 

211,858.63 
70,877.66 
15,792.66 
15,956.23 
14,404.00 
35,603.67 



7,864.37 _ 

2,416,675.00 ! 2,363,158.05 $ 



1,302.89 $ 

182.26 

19,889.02 

1,141.37 

15,122.34 

3,007.34 

43.77 

3,796.00 

8,396.33 

635.63 



85,781.82 

5,513.30 
3,173.18 
8,755.62 
11,156.55 
1,915.85 
6,980.04 
5,469.43 
8,268.78 

1,905.29 



53,516.95 $ 



138,919.86 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Cartage and Erection of 
Veterans Headstones $ 

Service Work in Cooperation 
with Veterans Organizations. 

Specially Adapted Veterans 
Housing 

Educational Opportunities for 
Children of Certain World 
War I and II Veterans, as 
provided by Law 

Compensation Claims under the 
Viet Nam Veterans Compensa- 
tion Act 

Compensation for the Illinois 
World War II or Korean 
Conflict Bonus 

Compensation for Prisoners of 
War, Southeast Asia, Reappr. 
from FY 1974 US _ 

Total $ 



Personal Services 

Regular Positions 

Contribution, State Employee 

Retirement 

Contribution Social Security 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services. 

Total. 



200,000.00 $ 180,643.80 $ 

18,600.00 18,550.00 

130,000.00 80,000.00 



350,000.00 



285,000.00 



50,000.00 



308,850.00 



284,500.00 



49,999.13 



11,300.00 



1,063,600.00 $ 



133,842.93 $ 



General Office 

G. I. Education Fund 

Operations 



19,356.20 $ 

50.00 
50,000.00 

41,150.00 
500.00 



129,757.07 $ 



49,730.00 
4,637.50 
15,000.00 

23,250.00 

37,200.00 

20,046.33 

7,050.00 



156,913.83 



$ 


254,000.00 


$ 


251,977.71 $ 


2,022.29 $ 


11,802.00 




15,314.00 




15,314.00 


.00 


.00 




14,924.00 




11,016.92 


3,907.08 


533.44 




30,450.00 




30,352.73 


97.27 


966.66 




32,038.00 




31,764.45 


273.55 


2,445.82 




6,000.00 




1,956.72 


4,043.28 


1,374.93 




3,000.00 




1,131.50 


1,868.50 


77.00 




1,212.00 




730.16 


481.84 


99.16 




7,500.00 




5,569.76 


1,930.24 


1,851.78 


$ 


364,438.00 


$ 


349,813.95 $ 


14,624.05 $ 


19,150.79 



TABLE V (Continued) 
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Appropriated Funds: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 

Vocational Education Fund.. 
Vocational Education Fund. . _ 

Total, Operations 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue Fund 

Vocational Education Fund.. 
Vocational Education Fund.. _ 

Total, Awards and Grants.. 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



947,800.00 
1,521,200.00 
No Approp. 

2,469,000.00 



14,905,900.00 
38,481,000.00 
No Approp. 

53,386,900.00 



910,164.60 

1,292,680.23 

113,324.78 

2,316,169.61 



14,620,612.11 

37,555,282.76 

212,389.00 

52,388,283.87 



37,635.40 

228,519.77 

.00 



266,155.17 



285,287.89 

925,717.24 

.00 



1,211,005.13 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



50,515.88 
86,768.67 
24,762.04 



162,046.59 



7,808,383.28 

11,964,700.68 

182,708.00 

19,955,791.96 



Total, Appropriated Funds. $ 55,855,900.00 $ 54,704,453.48 $ 1,477,160.30 $ 20,117,838.55 

Non-Appropriated Funds: 
Operations: 
CETA Vocational Training 
Fund Non-Approp. $ 131,380.28 .00 $ 1,603.06 

Awards and Grants: 
CETA Vocational Training 
Fund Non-Approp. 2,959,098.93 JD0 1,067,148.12 

Total, Non-Appropriated 
Funds $ 3,090,479.21 .00 $ 1,068,751.18 

Total, Vocational 
Education $ 55,855,900.00 $ 57,794,932.69 $ 1,477,160.30 $ 21,186,589.73 

General Administration 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Personal Services 

Regular Positions $ 593,000.00 $ 592,233.57 $ 766.43 $ 2,565.00 

Contribution, State Employee 

Retirement 10,811.00 9,960.38 850.62 .00 

Contribution Social Security. 5,880.00 5,873.19 6.81 .00 

Contractual Services 64,400.00 62,236.54 2,163.46 1,350.19 

Travel 67,000.00 66,993.57 6.43 91.25 

Commodities 8,100.00 6,481.72 1,618.28 719.08 

Printing 18,309.00 9,656.04 8,652.96 201.80 

Equipment 4,100.00 2,313.70 1,786.30 1,314.00 

Electronic Data Processing... 45,700.00 41,261.85 4,438.15 8,916.85 

Telecommunications Services.. 11,000.00 10,996.65 3.35 1,743.02 

Total $ 828,300.00 $ 808,007.21 $ 20,292.79 $ 16,901.19 



TABLE V (Continued) 
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (Continued) 



327 



General Administration 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Distribution for Approved 
Programs in Vocational and 
Technical Education $ 14,305,900.00 $ 14,305,900.00 

General Administration 

Vocational Education Fund 

Operations 

Administrative Expenses of 

State Board $ 887,000.00 $ 882,116.24 $ 

Administrative Expenses of 

the State Board of Vocational 

Education 137,100.00 102,289.89 

Total $ 1,024,100.00 $ 984,406.13 $ 

General Administration 

Vocational Education Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Distribution for Programs in 

Vocational and Technical 

Subjects $ 21,188,500.00 $ 21,188,259.00 $ 

Distribution for Programs in 

Vocational and Technical 

Subjects 11,532,500.00 11,532,500.00 

Total $ 32,721,000.00 $ 32,720,759.00 $ 

Curriculum Laboratory 

Vocational Education Fund 

Operations 

Administrative Expenses of 
Federal Curriculum 
Laboratory Grant $ 71,000.00 $ 53,987.60 $ 

Illinois Occupational Demonstration Unit 

Vocational Education Fund 

Operations 

For Administrative Expenses 
of the Innovative Program 
Grant from H.E.W No Approp. $ 29,026.00 

Illinois Occupational Demonstration Unit 

Vocational Education Fund 

Awards and Grants 



•00 $ 7,766,283.00 

4,883.76 $ 14,373.82 
34,810.11 31,622.89 



39,693.87 $ 45,996.71 



241.00 $ 371,109.00 
.00 11,064,263.00 



241.00 $11,435,372.00 



17,012.40 $ 



2,050.09 



.00 $ 



270.09 



For Grants to Three School 
Districts for Implementing 
Educational Innovative 
Programs 



No Approp. 



194,886.00 



,00 $ 165,205.00 



328 



TABLE V (Continued) 
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (Continued) 



Educational and Professional Development Unit 

Vocational Education Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Distribution to Approved 

Programs under the 

Educational Personnel Act. 
Distribution to Approved 

Programs under the 

Educational Personnel Act. 



334,000.00 $ 334,000.00 .00 $ 61,484.00 
26,009.00 .00 $ 26,000.00 .00 



Total $ 



360,000.00 $ 



334,000.00 $ 



26,000.00 $ 



Educational and Professional Development Unit 

Vocational Education Fund 

Operations 



61,484.00 



Administration Expenses of the 
Education Personnel Develop- 
ment Program 



No Approp. 



44,967.64 



Vocational Management Information Systems 

Vocational Education Fund 

Operations 



Personal Services VMIS 

Contribution State Employee 

Retirement Systems VMIS 

University Retirement Systems 

VMIS 

Contribution Social Security 

VMIS 

Contribution for Group 

Insurance VMIS 

Contractual Services VMIS 

Travel VMIS 

Commodities VMIS 

Printing VMIS 

Electronic Data Processing 

VMIS 

Telecommunications, VMIS 

Total 



No 


Approp. $ 


6,895.00 


No 


Approp. 


161.28 


No 


Approp. 


459.41 


No 


Approp. 


147.44 


No 
No 
No 
No 
No 


Approp. 
Approp. 
Approp. 
Approp. 
Approp. 


188.57 
7,289.86 
1,676.97 

238.12 
13.00 


No 

No 


Approp. 
Approp. 


22,202.55 
58.94 




.00 $ 


39,331.14 



Vocational Management Information Systems 

Vocational Education Fund 

Awards and Grants 



.00 $ 



00 




.00 


00 




.00 


00 




.00 


00 




.00 


00 $ 




50.40 


00 


6 


,289.86 


00 




625.74 


00 




238.12 


00 




13.00 


00 


17 


,409.20 


00 




55.38 


00 $ 


24 


,681.70 



Distributive Grants to Local 
Agencies - VMIS 



No Approp. 



17,503.00 



.00 $ 



17,503.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (Continued) 



329 



Manpower Training and Development Unit 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Administrative Expenses for 
Manpower Development and 
Training Programs , 



29,500.00 $ 



16,578.90 $ 



Manpower Training and Development Unit 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



12,921.10 $ 



1,354.76 



Distribution for Approved 
Programs under the Manpower 
Development & Training Act.. $ 



Administration of the CETA 
Regular Program Grant 

Administration of the CETA - 
Prime Sponsor Program Grant, 



600,000.00 $ 



314,712.11 $ 



Total. 



Manpower Training and Development Unit 

CETA Vocational Training Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 



105,112.81 
26,267.47 



131,380.28 



285,287.89 $ 



.00 $ 1,385.93 
.00 217.13 



.00 $ 



1,603.06 



Manpower Training and Development Unit 

CETA Vocational Training Fund 

Awards and Grants 

Distributive Grants of the 

CETA Regular Programs Grant. Non-Approp. $ 2,168,403.32 
Grants of the CETA - Prime 

Sponsor Program Grant Non-Approp. 790,695.61 

Total $ 2,959,098.93 

Manpower Training and Development Unit 

Vocational Education Fund 

Operations 

Manpower Development and 
Training Programs $ 270,100.00 $ 160,482.09 $ 

Manpower Training and Development Unit 
Vocational Education Fund 
Awards and Grants 



.00 $ 586,484.66 
.00 480,663.46 



.00 $ 1,067,148.12 



109,617.91 $ 20,508.74 



Distribution for Approved 
Programs under the Manpower 
Development & Training Act.. 



Administrative Expenses of 
the State Advisory Council. 



5,400,000.00 $ 



4,500,523.76 $ 



State Advisory Council 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



90,000.00 $ 



85,578.49 $ 



899,476.24 $ 467,844.68 



4,421.51 $ 32,259.93 



330 



TABLE V (Continued) 
VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (Concluded) 



State Advisory Council 

Vocational Education Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Administrative Expenses of 
the State Advisory Council. 

Administrative Expenses of 
the State Advisory Council. 



Total. 



Retirement Contribution. 



106,000.00 $ 

50,000.00 _ 

156,000.00 $ 



93,804.41 $ 

.00 _ 

93,804.41 $ 



Special Program and Evaluation Unit 

Vocational Education Fund 

Operations 



No Approp. 



.00 



12,195.59 $ 18,213.13 
50,000.00 .00 



62,195.59 $ 18,213.13 



.00 $ 



-472.29 



*********** 



t******* 



VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 
Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated Funds: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund 

Old Age Survivors 

Insurance Fund 

Vocational Rehabilitation 
Fund 

Total, Operations 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue Fund 

Illinois Veterans Rehabil- 
itation Fund 

Old Age Survivors Insurance 
Fund 

Vocational Rehabilitation 
Fund 

Total, Awards and Grants.. 



Total, Appropriated Funds. 



$ 2,109,382.00 $ 


2,080,395.51 $ 


28,986.49 $ 


59,349.10 


6,900,000.00 


5,978,440.79 


921,559.21 


404,469.54 


11,254,441.00 


10,886,221.27 


368,219.73 


865,889.51 


20,263,823.00 


18,945,057.57 


1,318,765.43 


1,329,708.15 


3,792,148.00 


3,786,178.95 


5,969.05 


393,730.85 


450,000.00 


268,605.69 


181,394.31 


208,282.08 


2,700,000.00 


1,421,637.35 


1,278,362.65 


195,379.61 


28,769,747.00 


25,933,136.58 
31,409,558.57 


2,836,610.42 
4,302,336.43 


6.409,703.23 


35,711,895.00 


7,207,095.77 


$ 55,975,718.00 $ 


50,354,616.14 $ 


5,621,101.86 $ 


8,536,803.92 



TABLE V (Continued) 
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION (Continued) 



331 



Summary by Category and Fund (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Non-Appropriated Funds: 
Operations: 
DVR CETA Training Program 
Fund 

Awards and Grants: 
State Projects Fund 

Refunds: 
State Projects Fund _ 

Total, Non-Appropriated Funds 

Total, Vocational Rehabilita- 
tion $ 

Personal Services 
Regular Positions 

Contribution, State Employee 
Retirement 

Contribution Social Security 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing... 

Telecommunications Services.. 

Operation Automotive Equip- 
ment 

Expenses of Governors 
Commission on Employment 
of the Handicapped 

Total 

For Operational Costs of 
CETA DVR Units and CETA 
Skills Specialists 



Non-Approp. $ 

Non-Approp. 

Non-Approp. 



.00 $ 



129,417.28 



33,728.79 



185,287.42 



5,658.07 



20,232.65 



.00 $ 



59,443.96 



55,975,718.00 $ 50,539,903.56 $ 5,621,101.86 $ 8,596,247. 





General 


Administration 








General 


Revenue 


Fund 








Op 


erations 








$ 


187,200.00 


$ 


186,853.92 $ 


346.08 $ 


2,995.50 




12,020.00 




11,809.53 


210.47 


191.71 




8,540.00 




5,162.17 


3,377.83 


39.88 




9,600.00 




9,569.75 


30.25 


.00 




6,000.00 




5,736.90 


263.10 


865.03 




2,000.00 




1,650.89 


349.11 


343.67 




4,100.00 




3,925.05 


174.95 


.00 




181,100.00 




181,100.00 


.00 


.00 




8,000.00 




8,000.00 


.00 


.00 




1,500.00 




1,493.74 


6.26 


.00 




10,000.00 




9,923.94 


76.06 


39.00 


$ 


430,060.00 


$ 


425,225.89 $ 


4,834.11 $ 


4,474.79 



General Administration 
DVR CETA Training Program Fund 
Operations 



Non-Approp. 



22,141.35 



,00 $ 



5,658.07 



332 



TABLE V (Continued) 
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION (Continued) 



General Administration 

Vocational Rehabilitation Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Personal Services 

Regular Positions 

Regular Positions 

Contribution, State Employee 

Retirement 

State Contribution to State 

Employees Retirement System. 
Contribution Social Security. 
Contribution Social 

Security 

Contractual Services 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Travel 

Commodities 

Commodities 

Printing 

Printing 

Equipment 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing... 
Electronic Data Processing... 
Telecommunications Services.. 

Telecommunications 

Expenses of Governors 

Commission on Employment of 

the Handicapped 

Expenses of Governors 

Committee on Employment of 

the Handicapped 

Total 



$ 


814,000.00 $ 


813,358.42 $ 


641.58 $ 


.00 




106,817.00 


90,403.11 


16,413.89 


47,265.31 




52,096.00 


51,396.62 


699.38 


.00 t 




6,180.00 


5,764.78 


415.22 


3,009.82 




37,960.00 


29,823.99 


8,136.01 


1,031.08 




2,300.00 


2,300.00 


.00 


718.06 L 




218,900.00 


197,777.28 


21,122.72 


2,323.26 




86,254.00 


57,738.66 


28,515.34 


57,738.66 




79,800.00 


79,168.52 


631.48 


12,664.34 f 




26,702.00 


.00 


26,702.00 


.00 




39,500.00 


38,467.13 


1,032.87 


4,415.93 




5,792.00 


3,919.81 


1,872.19 


3,919.81 




14,200.00 


13,474.78 


725.22 


.00 




3,768.00 


1,888.87 


1,879.13 


1,888.87 [ 




7,500.00 


6,621.10 


878.90 


1,040.00 




216.00 


.00 


216.00 


.00 




764,830.00 


763,560.66 


1,269.34 


5,534.60 




249,834.00 


196,675.30 


53,158.70 


167,477.21 




33,300.00 


28,672.77 


4,627.23 


375.00 r 




6,866.00 


6,798.48 


67.52 


6,798.48 




41,000.00 


28,930.99 


12,069.01 


11,291.11 




1,291.00 


.00 


1,291.00 


.00 


$ 


2,599,106.00 $ 


2,416,741.27 $ 


182,364.73 $ 


327,491.54 



Small Business Enterprise 
Program $ 

Small Business Enterprise 
Program 

Total $ 



Administrative Expenses. 



General Administration 

Vocational Rehabilitation Fund 

Awards and Grants 



576,000.00 $ 538,550.97 
112,385.00 _ 48,475.62 



688,385.00 $ 



587,026.59 $ 



Disability Determination Unit 

Old Age Survivors Insurance Fund 

Operations 



6,900,000.00 $ 



5,978,440.79 $ 



Disability Determination Unit 

Old Age Survivors Insurance Fund 

Awards and Grants 



37,449.03 $ 
63,909.38 



56,770.31 
48,475.62 



101,358.41 $ 105,245.93 



921,559.21 $ 404,469.54 



Services to Disabled Persons. $ 



2,700,000.00 $ 



1,421,637.35 $ 1,278,362.65 $ 



195,379.61 



TABLE V (Continued) 
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION (Continued) 



333 



General Counseling and Placement 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Personal Services 

Regular Positions 

Contribution, State Employee 

Retirement 

Contribution Social Security. 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Total 



Case Services to Individuals. $ 
Case Services to Individuals. _ 



$ 


1,422,715.00 


$ 


1,422,449.26 


$ 




265.74 


$ 


47,151.55 




93,587.00 




90,423.21 




3 


,163.79 




3,011.67 




62,320.00 




42,238.87 




20 


,081.13 




1,507.36 




18,000.00 




17,795.79 






204.21 




37.50 




65,700.00 




65,673.94 






26.06 




.00 




8,000.00 




7,957.15 






42.85 




.00 




8,000.00 




7,746.48 






253.52 




2,434.31 




1,000.00 




884.92 






115.08 




731.92 


$ 


1,679,322.00 


$ 


1,655,169.62 


$ 


24 


,152.38 


$ 


54,874.31 



General Counseling and Placement 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



3,397,540.00 
394,608.00 



3,391,946.35 $ 
394,232.60 



3,792,148.00 $ 



3,786,178.95 $ 



General Counseling and Placement 

Illinois Veterans Rehabilitation Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Case Services to Individuals. $ 
Matching Previously Appropri- 
ated Federal Funds for 
General Case Services 



Total, 



200,000.00 $ 



250,000.00 



68,557.27 $ 



200,048.42 



450,000.00 $ 



268,605.69 $ 



General Counseling and Placement 

Vocational Rehabilitation Fund 

Operations 



5,593.65 $ -501.75 
375.40 394,232.60 



5,969.05 $ 



393,730.85 



131,442.73 $ 66,945.42 
49,951.58 141,336.66 



181,394.31 $ 208,282.08 



Personal Services 

Regular Positions $ 

Regular Positions 

Contribution, State Employee 

Retirement 

Contribution to State Employee 

Retirement System 

Contribution Social Security. 
Contribution to Social 

Security 

Contractual Services 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Travel 

Commodities 

Commodities 

Printing 

Printing 

Equipment 



5,665,400.00 $ 
633,135.00 

362,520.00 

38,278.00 
264,480.00 

16,323.00 

838,600.00 

37,539.00 

263,900.00 

54,517.00 

52,700.00 

25,887.00 

47,800.00 

1,570.00 

26,600.00 



5,664,033.71 $ 
625,825.42 

361,771.67 

38,167.90 
243,176.73 

16,323.00 

832,416.10 

26,947.20 

260,298.89 

1,283.17 

36,832.70 

.00 

47,125.45 

13.20 

25,564.46 



1,366.29 $ 
7,309.58 

748.33 

110.10 
21,303.27 

.00 

6,183.90 

10,591.80 

3,601.11 

53,233.83 

15,867.30 

25,887.00 

674.55 

1,556.80 

1,035.54 



.00 
326,709.69 

1,404.01 

19,083.98 
10,867.02 

3,233.12 
36,092.24 
26,947.20 
35,225.55 

1,283.17 

6,205.71 
.00 

8,740.12 
13.20 

1,008.00 



334 



TABLE V (Continued) 
VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION (Concluded) 

General Counseling and Placement 

Vocational Rehabilitation Fund 

Operations (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 
Telecommunications Services 

Total 

Case Services to Individuals. $ 
Case Services to Individuals. 

Third Party Agreements 

Third Party Agreements _ 

Total $ 

Establishment Grant Matching 
Fund s 

Refunds of Unused Grants 



$ 


12,190.00 

235,800.00 

78,096.00 


$ 
$ 


.00 

232,009.80 

57,690.60 

8,469,480.00 


$ 
$ 


12,190.00 

3,790.20 

20,405.40 

185,855.00 


$ 
$ 


.00 

3,894.36 

57,690.60 


$ 


8,655,335.00 


538,397.97 



General Counseling and Placement 

Vocational Rehabilitation Fund 

Awards and Grants 



18,653,230.00 

8,831,675.00 

548,000.00 

48,457.00 



18,629,111.30 

6,339,667.90 

377,330.79 

.00 



24,118.70 

2,492,007.10 

170,669.21 

48,457.00 



$ -14,256.89 

6,314,016.40 

4,697.79 

.00 



28,081,362.00 $ 25,346,109.99 $ 2,735,252.01 $ 6,304,457.30 

General Counseling and Placement 

State Projects Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Non-Approp. 



129,417.28 



General Counseling and Placement 

State Projects Fund 

Refunds 



Non-Approp. 



33,728.79 



.00 $ 



33,553.24 



20,232.65 



********************** 



TABLE V (Continued) 
BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 

Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue $ 

Awards and Grants : 
General Revenue 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

BHE Public Service Careers.. 

Community Development Train- 
ing Title VIII 

Comprehensive Planning 

Federal Higher Education.... 

Higher Education Title I.... 

Illinois Regional Medical 
Program 

O.E.O. Grant 

Special Opportunity Grant... 

Teacher Training of Bilin- 
gual Education _ 



Total, Non-Appropriated Funds. 

Total, Board of Higher 
Education 



Regular Positions 

Contributions Universities 

Retirement System 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services . . . 

Total 



Distribution Authorized 
Financial Assistance 
Act Nonpublic Insti- 
tutions of Higher 
Learning 

Distribution Authorized by 
Health Services Education 
Grants Act 



1,034,700.00 $ 995,803.33 
23,230,000.00 _ 23,156,932.00 



38,896.67 $ 



73,068.00 



54,089.64 



7,154,114.00 



24,264,700.00 $ 24,152,735.33 



111,964.67 $ 7,208,203.64 



Non-Approp. 

Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 

Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 

Non-Approp. 



7.20 

12.66 

26,105.00 

39,156.49 

591,777.45 

27,873.71 

261.54 

44.16 

6,088.00 



..00 

.00 

4,902.59 

3,256.29 

23,524.16 

3,554.02 
.00 
.00 

.00 



691,326.21 



,00 $ 



35,237.06 



$ 24,264,700.00 $ 24,844,061.54 

General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



111,964.67 $ 7,243,440.70 



$ 


773,600.00 $ 


734,960.19 


$ 


38 


639.81 


$ 


32,195.94 




47,400.00 


47,400.00 






.00 




.00 




136,550.00 


136,523.06 






26.94 




12,398.57 




41,450.00 


41,301.67 






148.33 




4,574.67 




7,000.00 


6,995.33 






4.67 




513.61 




7,000.00 


6,997.12 






2.88 




.00 




2,000.00 


1,992.25 






7.75 




1,180.05 




19,700.00 


19,633.71 






66.29 




3,226.80 


$ 


1,034,700.00 $ 


995,803.33 


$ 


38 


896.67 


$ 


54,089.64 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



6,000,000.00 $ 5,999,996.00 
16,612,000.00 16,599,936.00 



4.00 



.00 



12,064.00 $ 7,106,014.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION (Continued) 

General Office 
General Revenue Fund 
Awards and Grants (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Higher Education Cooper- 

tion Act, Interinstitu- 

tional Grants 279,000.00 279,000.00 

Higher Education Cooperation 

Act, Quad Cities Graduate 

Study Center 71,000.00 70,000.00 

Higher Education Cooperation 

Act, Mid-Illinois Computer 

Center 208,000.00 208,000.00 

Grants to Public & Private 

Medical Schools for Clinical 

training for Applicants from 

Foreign Medical Schools 60,000.00 ^00 

Total $ 23,230,000.00 $ 23,156,932.00 $ 

General Office 

BHE Public Service Careers Fund 

Operations 

Expenses Non-Approp. $ 7.20 

General Office 

Community Development Training Title VIII Fund 

Operations 

Expenses Non-Approp. $ 12.66 

General Office 

Comprehensive Planning Fund 

Operations 

Expenses Non-Approp. $ 26,105.00 

General Office 

Federal Higher Education Fund 

Operations 

Expenses Non-Approp. $ 39,156.49 

General Office 

Higher Education Title I Fund 

Operations 

Expenses Non-Approp. $ 567,244.66 

Administrative Expenses Non-Approp. 24,532.79 

Total $ 591,777.45 



1,000.00 



73,068.00 $ 7,154,114.00 



.00 



,00 $ 



.00 $ 



.00 
.00 



00 



.00 



4,902.59 



3,256.29 



20,000.00 
3,524.16 



.00 $ 



23,524.16 



TABLE V (Continued) 
BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION (Concluded) 



337 



General Office 

Illinois Regional Medical Program Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Expenses of Conducting an 
Area Health Education Center. 



Expenses . 



Expenses. 



Non-Approp. 



27,873.71 



Non-Approp. 



General Office 

OEO Grant Fund 

Operations 

$ 



261.54 



General Office 

Special Opportunity Grant Fund 

Operations 



Non-Approp. 



44.16 



General Office 

Teacher Training Of Bilingual Education Fund 

Operations 



.00 $ 



.00 



00 



3,554.02 



.00 



.00 



Training Workshop for Teachers 
in Bilingual Education 



Non-Approp. $ 6,088.00 
********************* 



.00 



.00 



BOARD OF GOVERNORS 
Summary by Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue . . 



1,219,900.00 $ 1,199,316.53 



20,583.47 $ 



65,691.26 



Regular Positions 

Contributions University 

Retirement System 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services 

Total $ 





General 


Office 












General 


Revenue Fund 












Operat 


ions 










$ 


291,000.00 

67,000.00 

63,600.00 

26,500.00 

2,200.00 

1,500.00 

8,700.00 


$ 




270,429.08 

66,999.96 
63,599.86 
26,495.16 
2,197.15 
1,495.32 
8.700.00 


$ 


20,570.92 

.04 

.14 

4.84 

2.85 

4.68 

.00 


$ 


350.00 

.00 

3,142.83 

61.28 

70.09 

214.00 

1,170.90 


$ 


460,500.00 


$ 




439,916.53 


$ 


20,583.47 


$ 


5,009.10 



Cooperative Computer Center 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Cooperative Computer Center... $ 



759,400.00 $ 



759,400.00 



.00 $ 



60,682.16 



338 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue Fund. . . . 
Board of Governors C S U 

Income Fund 

Total, Operations 

Awards and Grants: 
General Revenue Fund 
Board of Governors C S U 
Income Fund 

Total, Awards and Grants. 

Permanent Improvements: 
General Revenue Fund.... 

Refunds: 
Board of Governors C S U 
Income Fund _ 

Total, Chicago State $ 

Regular Positions $ 

Contributions University 

Retirement System 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Rental Payments to Illinois 

Building Authority 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 
Increased Utility Costs — 

Chicago State University 

Total $ 

Awards and Grants and 
Matching Funds $ 



$ 13,260,520.00 $ 


13 


259,283.53 $ 


1,236.47 $ 


238,201.91 


2,710,900.00 


2 
15 


651,496.16 
910,779.69 


59,403.84 
60,640.31 


632,200.11 


15,971,420.00 


870,402.02 


92,100.00 




92,100.00 


.00 


.00 


100,000.00 




52,057.84 
144,157.84 


47,942.16 
47,942.16 


15,830.06 


192,100.00 


15,830.06 


467,485.08 




56,868.52 


410,616.56 


.00 



109,800.00 109,786.10 _ 

16,740,805.08 $ 16,221,592.15 $ 

General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



519,212.93 $ 886,247.58 



$ 8,650,000.00 


$ 8,648,777.87 


$ 


1,222 


.13 $ 


1,614.00 


625,300.00 


625,299.96 






.04 


.00 


810,000.00 


810,000.00 






.00 


180,515.71 


25,000.00 


24,999.96 






.04 


.00 


2,708,220.00 


2,708,220.00 






.00 


.00 


100,000.00 


99,985.74 




14 


.26 


.00 


125,000.00 


125,000.00 






.00 


48,012.67 


90,000.00 


90,000.00 






.00 


.00 


: 12,000.00 


12,000.00 






.00 


.00 


115,000.00 


115,000.00 






.00 


8,059.53 


$ 13,260,520.00 


$ 13,259,283.53 


$ 


1,236 


.47 $ 


238,201.91 


General 


Operations 










General 


Revenue Fund 










Awards 


and Grants 











92,100.00 $ 



.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY (Concluded) 



339 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapst 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Equipment and Completion of 
Media Distribution System. . . . 

Improvements to Grounds, In- 
cluding University Share of 
Municipal Corporation Pro- 
jects, Reapprop. from FY 72.. 

Improvements to Grounds, In- 
cluding University Share of 
Municipal Corporation Pro 
jects, Reapprop. from FY 74.. 

Construction of Buildings De- 
clared to be in the Public 
Interest Including Reloca- 
tion costs, Reapprop. from 
FY 73 

Construction of Buildings 
Declared to be in the Public 
Interest including Relocation 
costs, reapprop. from FY 74.. 



100,000.00 



.00 $ 100,000.00 



255,016.15 $ 29,759.73 



47,888.00 



62,633.93 



1,947.00 



.00 



27,108.79 



00 



225,256.42 



47,888.00 



35,525.14 



1,947.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



Total. 



467,485.08 $ 



56,868.52 $ 410,616.56 



.00 



General Operations 

Board of Governors C S U 

Income Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Regular Positions 

Working 

Cash Fund Liquidation 

Contractual Services 

Contractual Services Working 

Cash Fund Liquidation 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Equipment, Working Cash Fund 

Liquidation 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



1,455,050.00 $ 


1,437,774.22 $ 


17,275.78 $ 


139,357.44 


40,000.00 
525,850.00 


.00 
525,850.00 


40,000.00 

.00 


.00 
201,648.35 


20,000.00 

50,000.00 

320,000.00 

120,000.00 


19,999.01 

48,624.42 

319,333.87 

119,979.15 


.99 

1,375.58 

666.13 

20.85 


19,999.01 
12,197.21 
89,347.15 
21,824.27 


40,000.00 

110,000.00 

30,000.00 


39,935.49 

110,000.00 

30,000.00 


64.51 
.00 
.00 


39,935.49 
93,169.29 
14,721.90 


$ 2,710,900.00 $ 


2,651,496.16 $ 


59,403.84 $ 


632,200.11 



Awards and Grants and Match- 
ing Funds $ 



General Operations 

Board of Governors C S U 

Income Fund 

Awards and Grants 



100,000.00 $ 



52,057.84 



General Operations 

Board of Governors C S U 

Income Fund 

Refunds 



47,942.16 $ 



15,830.06 



Refunds. 



109,800.00 $ 



109,786.10 



13.90 $ 



15.50 



340 



TABLE V (Continued) 
EASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue $ 

Board of Governors E I U 
Income Fund 

Total , Operations 

Awards and Grants: 
General Revenue Fund.... 
Road Fund 

Total, Awards and Grants. 

Permanent Improvements: 
General Revenue Fund .... 

Refunds: 
Board of Governors E I U 
Income Fund _ 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Board of Governors Bond 
Revenue Fund _ 

Total, Eastern Illinois $ 

Regular Positions 

Contributions University 

Retirement System 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Rental Payments to Illinois 

Building Authority 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 
Increased Utility Costs — 

Eastern Illinois University. 

Total 

Awards and Grants and 
Matching Funds $ 



16,078,273.00 $ 16,069,189.41 $ 
3,115,500.00 3,105,679.28 



9,083.59 $ 267,627.81 
9,820.72 _ 690,915.94 



19,193,773.00 


19 


174,868.69 


18,904.31 


958,543.75 


115,000.00 




103,959.02 


11,040.98 


22,782.05 


346,100.00 




58,110.25 


287,989.75 


.00 


461,100.00 




162,069.27 


299,030.73 


22,782.05 


175,352.00 




25,344.38 


150,007.62 


.00 



87,600.00 87,588.09 _ 

19,917,825.00 $ 19,449,870.43 $ 



467,954.57 $ 



Non-Approp. 



6,068,704.39 _ 

19,917,825.00 $ 25,518,574.82 $ 

General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



981,364.80 



.00 



467,954.57 $ 981,364.80 



$ 


12,003,300.00 


$ 12 


,003,296.46 $ 




3.54 $ 


12,861.72 




696,400.00 




696,399.96 




,04 


.00 




1,537,300.00 


1 


,537,299.22 




.78 


112,314.93 




102,800.00 




102,799.08 




.92 


14,165.58 




784,173.00 




784,173.00 




.00 


.00 




362,900.00 




359,363.60 


3 


,536.40 


16,577.04 




376,500.00 




376,488.80 




11.20 


37,825.32 




106,900.00 




106,221.46 




678.54 


23,070.28 




73,000.00 




68,147.83 


4 


,852.17 


15,812.94 




35,000.00 


$ 16 


35,000.00 
,069,189.41 $ 


9 


.00 

,083.59 $ 


35,000.00 


$ 


16,078,273.00 


267,627.81 




General 


Operations 










General 


Revenue Fund 










Awards 


and Grants 









115,000.00 $ 



103,959.02 



11,040.98 $ 



22,782.05 



TABLE V (Continued) 
Eastern Illinois University (Continued) 

General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



341 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Installation of Energy Uti- 
lization Monitoring Device... 

Rehabilitation & Modernization 
of Physical Science Building 
Elevator 

Campus Lighting, Landscaping 
and Utilities, Plans and 
Specifications 

Improvements to Grounds, In- 
cluding University Share of 
Municipal Corporation Pro- 
jects, Reapprop. from FY 73.. 



Total. 



State Share of Cost for 
Street Improvements to the 
City of Charleston Reapprop. 
from FY 74 $ 



Regular Positions $ 

Regular Positions Working 

Cash Fund Liquidation 

Contractual Services 

Contractual Services Working 

Cash Fund Liquidation 

Commodities, Working Cash 

Fund Liquidation 

Equipment, Working Cash Fund 

Liquidation 

Total $ 



65,000.00 



.00 



44,200.00 $ 18.56 

40,000.00 .00 



26,152.00 



25,325.82 



175,352.00 $ 



25,344.38 



General Operations 

Road Fund 

Awards and Grants 



346,100.00 $ 



58,110.25 



General Operations 

Board of Governors E I U 

Income Fund 

Operations 



2,419,200.00 $ 

66,000.00 
496,300.00 

25,000.00 

49,000.00 

60,000.00 



2,417,125.79 

60,091.23 
495,532.00 

25,000.00 

48,025.37 

59,904.89 



3,115,500.00 $ 



3,105,679.28 



General Operations 

Board of Governors E I U 

Income Fund 

Refunds 



826.18 



150,007.62 



287,989.75 



9,820.72 $ 



,00 



65,000.00 
44,181.44 
40,000.00 .00 



.00 



,00 



.00 



.00 



2,074.21 $ 422,580.30 

5,908.77 60,091.23 

768.00 132,459.38 

.00 25,000.00 

974.63 29,891.74 

95.11 20,893.29 



690,915.94 



Refunds, 



87,600.00 $ 



87,588.09 $ 



11.91 $ 



39.00 



342 



TABLE V (Continued) 
EASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY (Concluded) 



General Operations 

Board of Governors Bond 

Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Bond Revenue Series #62 

Bond Revenue Series #63 

Bond Revenue Series #65 

Bond Revenue Series #66 

Operation & Maint. Series #57. 

Bond Account Series #57 

Bond Account Series #63 

Bond Account Series #67 

Total 



Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 



19,945.56 
9,972.78 
14,959.17 
14,959.17 
5,923,744.71 
13,810.33 
33,373.67 
37,939.00 

6,068,704.39 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 



. 00 



,00 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 



********************* 

GOVERNORS STATE UNIVERSITY 

Summary by Category and Fund 



General Revenue Fund 

Board of Governors G S U 
Income Fund 


. $ 


9 
1 


,413,110.00 $ 
177,500.00 


9 


,413,110.00 
678,626.90 $ 


498 


.00 
,873.10 


$ 


76,506.41 
183,820.96 


Total, Operations 




10 


590,610.00 


10 


,091,736.90 


498 


873.10 




260,327.37 


Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue Fund 

Board of Governors G S U 
Income Fund 






183,200.00 

22,600.00 

205,800.00 




149,800.00 
22,600.00 


33 


400.00 
.00 




3,090.39 
7,600.00 


Total, Awards and Grants... 


172,400.00 


33 


,400.00 


10,690.39 


Permanent Improvements: 
General Revenue Fund 






745,470.48 




270,535.86 


474 


934.62 




.00 


Refunds: 
Board of Governors G S U 
Income Fund 






36,900.00 




36,861.00 




39.00 




-39.00 


'otal, Governors State 


. $ 


11 


578,780.48 $ 


10 


,571,533.76 $ 


1,007 


246.72 


$ 


270,978.76 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Contributions University 

Retirement System 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Rental Payments to Illinois 

Building Authority 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 
Tot*] $~ 



6,088,000.00 $ 6,088,000.00 



.00 $ 



938.72 



132,100.00 

931,460.00 

76,500.00 

1,282,710.00 

201,100.00 

481,440.00 

184,800.00 

35,000.00 

9,413,110.00 $ 9,413,110.00 



132,100.00 

931,460.00 

76,500.00 

,282,710.00 
201,100.00 
481,440.00 
184,800.00 
35,000.00 



00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


10,909.33 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


37,674.89 


00 


22,763.37 


00 


4,220.10 


00 $ 


76,506.41 



TABLE V (Continued) 
GOVERNORS STATE UNIVERSITY (Continued) 



343 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Awards and Grants and Match- 
ing Funds $ 

States Share of Cost to the 
Chicago South Suburban Mass 
Transit District for Commuter 
Service Extension 

Total $ 



Improvements to Grounds, 
Including University Share 
of Municipal Corporation 
Projects 

For completion of Building 
Plans and Specification and 
Improvements to Grounds, 
Reapprop. from FY 74 

Restoration Remodeling, and 
Rehabilitation of the Interim 
Campus Facility Reappr. FY 74 

Construction of Buildings De- 
clared to be in the Public 
Interest Including Reloca- 
tion costs, Reapprop. from 
FY 73 



Total. 



149,800.00 $ 



33,400.00 



149,800.00 



183,200.00 $ 



149,800.00 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



65,000.00 



.00 



571,940.50 $ 219,158.20 
46,937.00 .00 



61,592.98 



51,377.66 



745,470.48 $ 



270,535.86 



General Operations 

Board of Governors G S U 

Income Fund 

Operations 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



.00 $ 



33,400.00 



33,400.00 $ 



65,000.00 

352,782.30 
46,937.00 

10,215.32 



474,934.62 



3,090.39 



.00 



00 



.00 



00 



Regular Positions 

Regular Positions Working 

Cash Fund Liquidation 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Equipment, Working Cash 

Fund Liquidation 

Telecommunications Services 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



$ 


860,000.00 


$ 


466,285.11 


$ 


393,714.89 


$ 


29,491.89 




21,300.00 




.00 




21,300.00 




.00 




153,740.00 




153,740.00 




.00 




102,279.04 




10,900.00 




9,235.24 




1,664.76 




9,235.24 




25,260.00 




22,573.66 




2,686.34 




16,021.90 




71,300.00 




1,258.78 




70,041.22 




1,258.78 




3,700.00 




.00 




3,700.00 




.00 




26,300.00 




24,403.20 




1,896.80 




24,403.20 




5,000.00 




1,130.91 




3,869.09 




1,130.91 


$ 


1,177,500.00 


$ 


678,626.90 


$ 


498,873.10 


$ 


183,820.96 



Appropriated for 



TABLE V (Continued) 
GOVERNORS STATE UNIVERSITY (Concluded) 

General Operations 

Board of Governors G S U 

Income Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Awards and Grants and Match- 
ing Funds $ 



22,600.00 



22,600.00 



General Operations 

Board of Governors G S U 

Income Fund 

Refunds 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



7,600.00 



Refunds. 



36,900.00 $ 



36,861.00 



39.00 $ 



•39.00 



********************* 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations : 

General Revenue Fund $ 

Board of Governors N I U 
Income Fund _ 

Total, Operations 

Awards and Grants : 

General Revenue Fund 

Board of Governors N I U 
Income Fund _ 

Total, Awards and Grants 

Permanent Improvements: 
General Revenue Fund 

Refunds: 
Board of Governors N I U 
Income Fund _ 

Total, Northeastern Illinois 
University $ 

Regular Positions $ 

Contributions University 

Retirement System 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Rental Payments to Illinois 

Building Authority 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 



NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 

Summary by Category and Fund 

13,815,835.00 $ 13,815,390.50 $ 
3,409,200.00 3,398,707.19 



17,225,035.00 



17,214,097.69 



66,000.00 66,000.00 
88,300.00 88,300.00 



154,300.00 



215,580.19 



135,700.00 



154,300.00 



55,794.20 



135,313.60 



17,730,615.19 $ 17,559,505.49 $ 

General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



8,726,500.00 $ 8,726,154.76 $ 



177,300.00 

748,500.00 

37,000.00 

1,533,335.00 
290,600.00 
183,000.00 
113,600.00 



177,300.00 

748,457.48 

36,999.12 

1,533,335.00 
290,595.91 
182,979.18 
113,569.99 



444.50 $ 85,469.14 
10,492.81 181,295.81 



10,937.31 



266,764.95 



.00 11,437.00 
.00 .00 



.00 



159,785.99 



386.40 



11,437.00 



77.30 



171,109.70 $ 278,279.25 



45.24 $ 


6,767.30 


.00 


.00 


42.52 


16,695.68 


.88 


.00 


.00 


.00 


4.09 


9,674.15 


20.82 


158.06 


30.01 


.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY (Continued) 



345 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Operation Automotive Equipment 
Operation and Maintenance of 
Parental Schools 



6,000.00 5,999.92 

2,000,000.00 1,999,999.14 



Total $ 13,815,835.00 $ 13,815,390.50 $ 

General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



.86 



.00 
52,173.95 



444.50 $ 85,469.14 



Awards and Grants and Match- 
ing Funds $ 



66,000.00 $ 



66,000.00 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



.00 $ 



11,437.00 



,00 



63,536.39 $ 30,108.19 



Equipment, Reapprop. from 
FY 69 $ 4,327.00 

Preliminary Studies, Plans 
and Specifications for the 
Construction of Future 
Buildings, Reapprop. from 
FY 71 

Rehabilitation & Moderniza- 
tion of Buildings with Fixed 
Eq u ipmen t, Reapprop. f rom 
FY 73 18,346.97 7,633.57 

Improvements to Grounds, In- 
cluding University Share of 
Municipal Corporation Pro- 
jects, Reapprop. from FY 73.. 6,573.07 5,426.50 

Improvements to Grounds, In- 
cluding University Share of 
Municipal Corporation Pro- 
jects, Reapprop. from FY 74.. 23,078.00 11,190.00 

Construction of Buildings 
Declared to be in the Public 
Interest Including Reloca- 
tion Costs, Reapprop. from 
FY 73 4,718.76 1,435.94 

Boiler House, Costs in Con- 
nection with IBA Financed 
Construction 10,000.00 .00 

Science Building, Costs in 
Connection with IBA Financed 
Construction 50,000.00 .00 

Classroom Building, Costs in 
Connection with IBA Financed 
Construction 35,000.00 .00 

Total $ 215,580.19 $ 55,794.20 



4,327.00 



33,428.20 



10,713.40 



1,146.57 



11,888.00 



3,282.82 



10,000.00 



50,000.00 



35,000.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



.00 



,00 



159,785.99 



.00 



346 



TABLE V (Continued) 
NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



General Operations 

Board of Governors N I U 

Income Fund 

Operations 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Regular Positions 

Regular Positions Working 

Cash Fund Liquidation 

Contractual Services 

Contractual Services Working 

Cash Fund Liquidation 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 

Awards and Grants and Match- 
ing Funds $ 

Refunds $ 



2,651,200.00 $ 


2,650,257.93 $ 


942.07 $ 


-188,274.34 


200,000.00 


199,717.60 


282.40 


199,717.60 


30,000.00 


26,681.19 


3,318.81 


26,681.19 


205,000.00 


204,997.80 


2.20 


31,418.45 


20,000.00 


20,000.00 


.00 


20, COO. 00 


26,000.00 


20,879.13 


5,120.87 


7,776.64 


120,000.00 


119,999.19 


.81 


2,223.66 


119,000.00 


118,175.97 


824.03 


52,974.88 


30,000.00 


30,000.00 


.00 


28,777.73 


8,000.00 


7,998.38 


1.62 


.00 


3,409,200.00 $ 


3,398,707.19 $ 


10,492.81 $ 


181,295.81 



General Operations 

Board of Governors N I U 

Income Fund 

Awards and Grants 



,300.00 $ 



300.00 



General Operations 

Board of Governors N I U 

Income Fund 

Refunds 



135,700.00 $ 



135,313.60 



.00 



386.40 $ 



.00 



77.30 



********************* 
WESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 
Summary by Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations : 

General Revenue Fund $ 

Board of Governors W I U 
Income Fund 

Total , Operations 

Awards and Grants: 
General Revenue Fund.... 
Board of Governors W I U 
Income Fund 

Total, Awards and Grants. 



$ 21,066,707.00 $ 


21,031,566.36 $ 


35,140.64 $ 


334,460.41 


5,108,400.00 


4,996,929.53 


111,470.47 


1,353,438.63 


26,175,107.00 


26,028,495.89 


146,611.11 


1,687,899.04 


67,300.00 


67,300.00 


.00 


.00 


161,600.00 


161,600.00 


.00 


56,592.54 


228,900.00 


228,900.00 


.00 


56,592.54 



TABLE V (Continued) 
WESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY (Continued) 

Summary (Concluded) 
By Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Permanent Improvements: 
General Revenue Fund 

Refunds: 
Board of Governors W I U 
Income Fund 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Board of Governors Bond 
Revenue Fund 

Total, Western Illinois 
University $ 

Regular Positions $ 

Contributions University 

Retirement System 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Rental Payments to Illinois 

Building Authority 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive Equipment 
Increased Utility Costs - 

Western Illinois University. 

Total $ 

Awards and Grants and Match- 
ing Funds $ 

Rehabilitation & Modernization 
Automatic Changeover of 
Heating-Cooling Systems $ 

Rehabilitation & Modernization 
Fire Detection and Alarm 
Systems 



224,494.00 



83,500.00 



86,051.21 



53,130.00 



26,712,001.00 $ 26,396,577.10 



Non-Approp, 



12,815,094.50 



26,712,001.00 $ 39,211,671.60 

General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



16,687,300.00 $ 16,687,300.00 



709,000.00 

1,162,300.00 

70,000.00 

1,163,107.00 

565,000.00 

365,000.00 

75,000.00 

20,000.00 

250,000.00 



21,066,707.00 $ 



708,999.96 

1,162,300.00 

70,000.00 

1,163,107.00 
564,998.67 $ 
364,993.60 

75,000.00 

20,000.00 

214,867.13 _ 
21,031,566.36 $ 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



67,300.00 $ 



67,300.00 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



35,000.00 



.00 



.00 



138,442.79 



30,370.00 



.00 



6,000.00 



315,423.90 $ 1,750,491.58 



.00 



315,423.90 $ 1,750,491.58 



00 



.00 



20,000.00 
35,000.00 



.00 



.04 




.00 


.00 


$ 


116,281.04 


.00 




.00 


.00 




.00 


1.33 




66,877.01 


6.40 




31,249.99 


.00 




.00 


.00 




2,002.38 


35,132.87 




118,049.99 


35,140.64 


$ 


334,460.41 



,00 



.00 



.00 



348 



TABLE V (Continued) 
WESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY (Continued) 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Utilities & Underground 
Service Study 

Study of Existing Facilities.. 

Legal and Engineering Services 
and Land Acquisition, Educa- 
tional Television Station, 
Macomb 

Equipment, Women's Physical 
Education Building 

Equipment, Reapprop. From FY73 

Total $ 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



90,000.00 



30,000.00 $ 5,925.03 
25,000.00 10,727.63 



51,361.35 



10,900.00 4,446.85 

13,594.00 13,590.35 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



24,074.97 
14,272.37 



38,638.65 

6,453.15 
3.65 



.00 
.00 



.00 



224,494.00 $ 



138,442.79 



Regular Positions $ 

Regular Positions Working 

Cash Fund Liquidation 

Contractual Services 

Contractual Services Working 

Cash Fund Liquidation 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Equipment, Working Cash Fund 

Liquidation 

Telecommunications Services. 
Operation Automotive 

Equipment 

Total 



General Operations 

Board of Governors W I U 

Income Fund 

Operations 

2,996,900.00 $ 2,918,616.96 



78,283.04 $ 1,114,124.43 





51,000.00 


51,000.00 


.00 


.00 




1,058,300.00 


1,041,339.90 


16,960.10 


124,673.81 




50,000.00 


50,000.00 


.00 


3,218.20 




101,700.00 


92,761.74 


8,938.26 


29,237.21 




517,000.00 


510,813.91 


6,186.09 


36,853.46 




140,900.00 


139,894.99 


1,005.01 


34,307.23 




99,000.00 


99,000.00 


.00 


.00 




65,600.00 


65,600.00 


.00 


7,180.67 




28,000.00 


27,902.03 


97.97 


3,843.62 


$ 


5,108,400.00 $ 


4,996,929.53 $ 


111,470.47 $ 


1,353,438.63 



General Operations 

Board of Governors W I U 

Income Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Awards and Grants and Match- 
ing Funds $ 



161,600.00 $ 



161,600.00 



.00 $ 



56,592.54 



General Operations 

Board of Governors W I U 

Income Fund 

Refunds 



Refunds $ 



83,500.00 $ 



53,130.00 



30,370.00 $ 



TABLE V (Continued) 
WESTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY (Concluded) 



349 



Ceneral Operations 

Board of Governors Bond 

Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Bond Revenue Series #57 Non-Approp. 

Bond Revenue Series #66 Non-Approp. 

Bond Revenue Series #67 Non-Approp. 

Operation Maint. Series #54.. Non-Approp. 

Operation Maint. Series #56.. Non-Approp. 

Operation Maint. Series #57.. Non-Approp. 

Operation Maint. Series #61.. Non-Approp. 

Operation Maint. Series #62.. Non-Approp. 

Operation Maint. Series #64.. Non-Approp. 

Operation Maint. Series #65.. Non-Approp. 

Operation Maint. Series #66.. Non-Approp. 

Operation Maint. Series #67.. Non-Approp. 

Bond Account Series #54 Non-Approp. 

Bond Account Series #56 Non-Approp. 

Bond Account Series #57 Non-Approp. 

Bond Account Series #61 Non-Approp. 

Bond Account Series #62 Non-Approp. 

Bond Account Series #64 Non-Approp. 

Bond Account Series #65 Non-Approp. 

Bond Account Series #66 Non-Approp. 

Bond Account Series #67 Non-Approp. 

Bond Reserve Series #66 Non-Approp. 

Depreciation Equip. 

Series #54 Non-Approp . 

Depreciation Equip. 

Series #56 Non-Approp . 

Depreciation Equip. 

Series #62 Non-Approp . 

Bond Revenue Series #66A Non-Approp. 

Bond Account Series #66A Non-Approp. 

Total 



32,643.17 
344,310.79 
603,562.72 

34,767.67 

19,033.78 
3,028.33 

31,558.69 
6,938,442.76 

24,959.75 
101,989.12 

53,081.00 
1,522,583.20 

25,387.50 

56,125.00 
9,384.37 
157,905.00 
340,115.00 
143,295.00 
316,535.00 
470,950.89 
370,250.00 

39,699.67 

101,556.35 

32,798.89 

472,992.97 
365,197.88 
202,940.00 

12,815,094.50 



.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 



.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 
.00 



00 



00 



********************* 

BOARD OF REGENTS 

Summary by Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 369,800.00 $ 362,629.46 $ 

Awards and Grants: 

Road Fund 80,649.17 80,649.17 _ 

Total, Board of Regents $ 450,449.17 $ 443,278.63 $ 



7,170.54 $ 



.00 



7,170.54 $ 



16,474.10 



.00 



16,474.10 



350 



Appropriated for 



TABLE V (Continued) 
BOARD OF REGENTS (Concluded) 

Central Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contributions University 

Retirement System 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 
Operation Automotive 

Equipment _ 

Total $ 

Resurfacing Locust Street 
From Main to Fell Avenue, 
Reapprop. from FY 74 $ 



268,200.00 $ 

8,200.00 
64,000.00 
18,500.00 
2,800.00 
1,000.00 
6,300.00 

800.00 



263,649.02 

8,199.96 
63,830.50 
17,547.42 

2,716.58 
994.50 

5,300.13 

391.35 



369,800.00 $ 362,629.46 
Central Office 



Road Fund 
Awards and Grants 



4,550.98 

.04 

169.50 

952.58 

83.42 

5.50 

999.87 

408.65 



7,170.54 $ 



.00 

.00 

13,027.42 

1,641.32 

379.39 

.00 

1,378.85 

47.12 



80,649.17 $ 



.00 



A******************** 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations : 

General Revenue Fund $ 

Board of Regents I S U 
Income Fund _ 

Total , Operations 

Awards and Grants: 
General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements: 
General Revenue Fund 

Refunds: 
Board of Regents I S U 
Income Fund 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 

Non-Appropriated Funds: 
Operations: 
Board of Governors Bond 
Revenue Fund _ 

Total, Illinois State 
University $ 



ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY 
Summary by Category and Fund 

30,186,182.00 $ 30,160,564.20 $ 
7,049,300.00 7,031,594.79 _ 
37,235,482.00 37,192,158.99 



428,300.00 



190,000.00 



311,621.57 



170,386. 



37,952,265.00 $ 37,735,359.92 $ 

Non-Approp. 14,864,455.45 _ 
37,952,265.00 $ 52,599,815.37 $ 



25,617.80 $ 590,994.84 
17,705.21 626,414.55 
43,323.01 1,217,409.39 



116,678.43 



19,613.12 



14,480.00 



21,641.80 



27,814.15 



216,905.08 $ 1,281,345.34 



.00 



216,905.08 $ 1,281,345.34 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY (Continued) 

General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



351 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps* 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Regular Positions 

Contributions University 

Retirement System 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Rental Payments to Illinois 

Building Authority 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Library Books 

Telecommunications Services. 
Operation Automotive 

Equipment 

Total 



Matching Funds 

Awards and Grants 

Total $ 



$ 


19,499,384.00 


$ 


19,498,954.53 


$ 


429.47 


$ 


3,449.15 




2,260,000.00 

4,492,600.00 

165,000.00 




2,259,999.96 

4,492,600.00 

164,991.53 




.04 

.00 

8.47 




.00 

344,577.76 

.00 




1,463,698.00 
984,000.00 
300,000.00 
500,000.00 
386,500.00 




1,463,698.00 
979,173.28 
299,737.51 
500,000.00 
375,560.75 




.00 

4,826.72 

262.49 

.00 

10,939.25 




.00 

164,987.15 

12,370.27 

4,078.23 

51,786.60 




135,000.00 




125,848.64 




9,151.36 




9,745.68 


$ 


30,186,182.00 


$ 


30,160,564.20 


$ 


25,617.80 


$ 


590,994.84 




General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 










$ 


293,300.00 
135,000.00 


$ 


210,880.07 
100,741.50 


$ 


82,419.93 
34,258.50 


$ 


.00 
14,480.00 


$ 


428,300.00 


$ 


311,621.57 


$ 


116,678.43 


$ 


14,480.00 



For Completion of the 
Library Building for Ini- 
tial Occupancy $ 

Equipment, for Library 
Building 

Remodeling and Rehabilitation 
of Buildings Including Fixed 
Equipment, Reapprop. from FY73 

Improvements to Grounds, In- 
cluding University Share of 
Municipal Corporation Pro- 
jects, Reapprop. from FY 72.. _ 



Total $ 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



20,000.00 
8,500.00 



54,983.00 $ 



15,000.00 



98,483.00 $ 



.00 $ 
.00 



49,532.48 

11,660.00 _ 
61,192.48 $ 



General Operations 

Board of Regents I S U 

Income Fund 

Operations 



20,000.00 .00 

8,500.00 .00 

5,450.52 $ 11,781.80 



3,340.00 



9,860.00 



37,290.52 $ 21,641.80 



Regular Positions $ 

Regular 

Positions, Working Cash 

Liquidation 

Contractual Services 



6,480,628.00 $ 6,463,391.23 



92,400.00 
100,000.00 



92,193.52 
100,000.00 



17,236.77 $ 309,071.13 



206.48 .00 

.00 100,000.00 



352 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



General Operations 
Board of Regents I S U 

Income Fund 
Operations (Concluded) 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Contractual Services, Working 

Cash Liquidation 107,600.00 107,600.00 

Rental Payments to Illinois 

Building Authority 18,672.00 18,672.00 

Equipment 200,000.00 199,738.04 

Library Books 50,000.00 50,000.00 

Total $ 7,049,300.00 $ 7,031,594.79 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



.00 

.00 

261.96 

.00 



17,705.21 $ 



General Operations 

Board of Regents I S U 

Income Fund 

Refunds 



Refunds. 



190,000.00 $ 



170,386.88 



19,613.12 $ 



General Operations 

Board of Governors Bond 

Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Bond Revenue Series #50 

Bond Revenue Series #57 

Bond Revenue Series #63 

Operation Maint. Series #50... 
Operation Maint. Series #57... 

Bond Account Series #50 

Bond Account Series #54 

Bond Account Series #57 

Bond Account Series #59 

Bond Account Series #61 

Bond Account Series #63 

Bond Account Series #65 

Bond Account Series #67 

Depreciation Equip. Series #57 

Bond Reserve Series #63 

Bond Revenue Series #61A 

Bond Revenue Series #63A 

Operation Maint. Series #61A. . 
Operation Maint. Series #63A. . 

Bond Account Series #61A 

Bond Account Series #63A 

Depreciation Equip. 
Series #63A 

Total 



Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp . 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp . 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp . 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp . 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp . 

Non-Approp. 



993,493.06 

29,728.75 

24,419.79 

8,748,884.00 

82,269.00 

108,468.82 

160,720.98 

67,547.84 

376,803.04 

244,575.17 

772,500.18 

916,723.47 

1,343,311.04 

14,525.31 

34,718.25 

192,794.30 

19,400.47 

385,338.00 

60,316.00 

168,555.81 

104,836.86 

14,525.31 

14,864,455.45 



TABLE V (Continued) 
NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 



353 



Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Laps< 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 

Board of Regents N I U 
Income Fund _ 

Total , Operations 

Awards and Grants: 
General Revenue Fund 

Pe rmanen t Imp rovement s : 
General Revenue Fund 

Refunds: 
Board of Regents N I U 
Income Fund _ 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 

NON- APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Board of Governors Bond 
Revenue Fund _ 

Total, Northern Illinois 
University $ 

Regular Positions $ 

Contributions University Re- 
tirement System 

Contractual Services 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Rental Payments to Illinois 
Building Authority 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Library Books 

Telecommunications Services.. 

Operation Automotive Equipment 
Total $ 

Matching Funds $ 

Awards and Grants 

Total $ 



39,267,815.00 $ 39,264,774.11 $ 
6,949,500.00 6,948,426.41 _ 
46,217,315.*00 46,213,200.52 

194,000.00 187,791.74 

123,960.31 102,494.91 



3,040.89 $ 1,122,554.20 
1,073,59 1,432,887.13 
4,114.48 2,555,441.33 



6,208.26 



21,465.40 



31,924.25 



992.56 



26 1, 000. 00 



260,997.15 



46,796,275.31 $ 46,764,484.32 $ 



Non-Approp . $ 14,796,703.24 



31,790.99 $ 2,595,486.64 



.00 



.00 



46,796,275.31 $ 61,561,187.56 $ 



31,790.99 $ 2,595,486.64 



General Op 


erations 








General 


Revenue Fund 








Operations 








? 28,368,995.00 


$ 


28,367,396.27 $ 


1 


,598.73 $ 


2,108.15 


1,540,500.00 




1,540,500.00 




.00 


.00 


4,800,000.00 




4,799,974.26 




25.74 


655,902.81 


389,600.00 




389,600.00 




.00 


103,094.28 


306,000.00 




306,000.00 




.00 


39,482.99 


1,772,720.00 




1,772,720.00 




.00 


.00 


910,000.00 




909,993.16 




6.84 


185,302.15 


80,000.00 




79,999.10 




.90 


4,436.82 


500,000.00 




499,999.60 




.40 


121,682.35 


330,000.00 




330,000.00 




.00 


.00 


270,000.00 




268,591.72 


1 


,408.28 


10,544.65 


$ 39,267,815.00 


$ 


39,264,774.11 $ 


3 


,040.89 $ 


1,122,554.20 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



150,000.00 $ 
44,000.00 



149,201.99 $ 
38,589.75 



798.01 $ 
5,410.25 



27,800.00 
4,124.25 



194,000.00 $ 



187,791.74 



6,208.26 $ 



31,924.25 



354 



TABLE V (Continued) 
NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY (Continued) 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Remodeling and Rehabilita- 
tion of Buildings with 
Fixed Equipment Installed, 
Reapprop. from FY 73 

Equipment, for Library 
Building 

Equipment, Reapprop. from FY72 

Construction of Buildings De- 
clared to be in the Public 
Interest Including Reloca- 
tion Costs, Reapprop. 
from FY 73 



95,960.00 $ 

10,000.00 
8,783.78 



9,216.53 



91,802.01 



.00 
6,979.52 



3,713.38 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



10,000.00 
1,804.26 



5,503.15 



,00 



.00 
992.56 



Total. 



123,960.31 $ 



102,494.91 



21,465.40 $ 



992.56 



General Operations 

Board of Regents N I U 

Income Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 

Regular 

Positions, Working Cash 

Liquidation 

Travel 

Commodities, Working Cash 

Fund Liquidation 

Equipment 

Total $ 



6,355,500.00 $ 6,354,443.94 



150,000.00 
4,000.00 



50,000.00 
390,000.00 



149,985.00 
4,000.00 



50,000.00 
389,997.47 



6,949,500.00 $ 6,948,426.41 



1,056.06 $ 1,261,718.20 



15.00 
.00 



.00 
4,000.00 



.00 .00 

2.53 167,168.93 



1,073.59 $ 1,432,887.13 



General Operations 

Board of Regents N I U 

Income Fund 

Refunds 



Refunds. 



261,000.00 $ 



260,997.15 



2.85 $ 



General Operations 

Board of Governors Bond 

Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Bond Revenue Series #56.. 
Bond Revenue Series //57. . 
Bond Revenue Series #59.. 
Bond Revenue Series //61.. 
Bond Revenue Series #67.. 
Operation Maint. Series #56 
Operation Maint. Series #57 
Operation Maint. Series #59 
Operation Maint. Series #60 



Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 



100,370.94 

48,590.56 

57,236.45 

239,821.80 

48,590.56 

15,116.50 

6,219,142.32 

4,649.22 

2,310,286.37 



.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY (Concluded) 

General Operations 

Board of Governors Bond 

Revenue Fund 

Operations 



355 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Operation Maint. 
Series #61 •••• 

Operation Maint. Series #64... 
Operation Maint. Series #66... 
Operation Maint. Series #67... 

Bond Account Series #56 

Bond Account Series #57 

Bond Account Series #59 

Bond Account Series #60 

Bond Account Series #61 

Bond Account Series #64 

Bond Account Series #66 

Bond Account Series #67 

Depreciation Equip. Series #56 
Depreciation Equip. Series #57 
Depreciation Equip. Series #59 
Depreciation Equip. Series #60 
Depreciation Equip. Series #61 
Depreciation Equip. Series #64 
Depreciation Equip. Series #66 
Depreciation Equip. Series #67 

Bond Reserve Series #64 

Bond Reserve Series #66 

Bond Reserve Series #67 

Operation Maint. Series #64A. . 

Bond Account Series #64A 

Depreciation Equip. 
Series #64A 

Total 



Non-Approp . 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp . 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp . 
Non-Approp . 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp. 
Non-Approp . 
Non-Approp. 

Non-Approp, 



186,991.72 

523,698.84 

520,336.03 

70,761.03 

39,545.65 

178,019.63 

62,593.33 

370,370.30 

244,081.00 

425,509.49 

674,260.00 

406,525.18 

20,925.72 

111,355.51 

9,736.84 

37,794.35 

26,589.25 

109,610.60 

435,707.59 

102,962.79 

46,645.57 

705,064.65 

40,298.13 

54,376.94 

258,089.92 

91,048.46 



14,796,703.24 



00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 


.00 



00 



.00 



********************* 

SANGAMON STATE UNIVERSITY 

Summary by Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations : 

General Revenue Fund $ 

Board of Regents S S U 
Income Fund 

Total, Operations 

Awards and Grants: 
General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements: 
General Revenue Fund 



1,554,000.00 $ 8,548,808.16 $ 
977,500.00 752,727.28 _ 



9,531,500.00 9,301,535.44 

37,000.00 36,177.46 

199,248.71 114,950.53 



5,191.84 $ 289,957.02 
224,772.72 179,970.98 



229,964.56 



822.54 



84,298.18 



469,928.00 



4,544.94 



1,400.00 



356 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SANGAMON STATE UNIVERSITY (Continued) 



Summary by Category and Fund (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Refunds: 
Board of Regents S S U 
Income Fund 



Total, Sangamon State. 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



9,776,748.71 $ 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



9,461,225.93 



437.50 



315,522.78 



432.00 



476,304.94 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions 

Contributions University 

Retirement System 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Library Books 

Telecommunications Services. 
Operation Automotive 

Equipment 

Total 



Matching Funds. . . , 
Awards and Grants. 

Total 



$ 


6,074,700.00 


$ 


6,074,695.88 


$ 


4.12 


$ 


147,710.72 




195,600.00 




195,600.00 




.00 




.00 




1,335,018.00 




1,335,018.00 




.00 




40,260.76 




80,000.00 




74,946.49 




5,053.51 




15,020.21 




174,100.00 




174,043.61 




56.39 




21,767.48 




230,000.00 




229,991.36 




8.64 




35,836.68 




300,182.00 




300,180.50 




1.50 




21,951.81 




157,400.00 




157,335.16 




64.84 




7,370.53 




7,000.00 




6,997.16 




2.84 




38.83 


$ 


8,554,000.00 


$ 


8,548,808.16 


$ 


5,191.84 


$ 


289,957.02 




General Operations 












General 


Revenue Fund 












Award 


3 and 


Grants 










$ 


17,500.00 


$ 


17,500.00 




.00 




.00 




19,500.00 


$ 


18,677.46 
36,177.46 


$ 
$ 


822.54 
822.54 


$ 
$ 


4,544.94 


$ 


37,000.00 


4,544.94 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 

For Completion of 
Brookens Library for Ini- 
tial Occupancy $ 26,000.00 .00 

Campus Development and Site 
Improvements for Construction 
of Future Buildings, 
Reapprop. from FY 71 19,527.58 $ 17,084.41 

Construction of Buildings De- 
clared tc be in the Public 
Interest Including Reloca- 
tion Costs, Reapprop. 
from FY 72 78,014.70 78,013.32 

Improvements to Grounds, In- 
cluding University Share of 
Municipal Corporation Pro- 
jects, Reapprop. from FY 73.. 19,906.43 19,852.80 



26,000.00 



2,443.17 



.00 



.00 



.00 



53.63 1,400.00 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SANGAMON STATE UNIVERSITY (Concluded) 



357 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Equipment, Brookens Library... 
Equipment, Interim Building "F' 

Total 

Reeular Positions 

Contractual Services 

Contractual Services, Working 

Cash Fund Liquidation 

Commodities, Working Cash 

Fund Liquidation 

Equipment, Working Cash Fund 

Liquidation 

Telecommunications Services, 

Working Cash Fund 

Liquidation 

Total $ 

Refunds $ 





10,000.00 
45,800.00 


$ 


.00 
.00 

114,950.53 


$ 


10,000.00 
45,800.00 

84,298.18 


$ 


.00 
.00 


$ 


199,248.71 


1,400.00 




General Operations 

Board of Regents S S U 

Income Fund 

Operations 










$ 


549,900.00 
357,870.00 


$ 


386,575.40 
321,621.97 


$ 


163,324.60 
36,248.03 





38,287.04 
97,154.03 




17,000.00 




.00 




17,000.00 




.00 




8,000.00 




5,555.34 




2,444.66 




5,555.34 




20,000.00 




17,743.63 




2,256.37 




17,743.63 




24,730.00 




21,230.94 




3,499.06 




21,230.94 


$ 


977,500.00 


$ 


752,727.28 


$ 


224,772.72 


$ 


179,970.98 



General Operations 

Board of Regents S S U 

Income Fund 

Refunds 



9,000.00 $ 



,562.50 



437.50 $ 



432.00 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 

Southern Illinois University 
Income Fund _ 

Total , Operations 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue Fund 

Southern Illinois University 
Income Fund _ 

Total, Awards and Grants 



********************* 
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 
Summary by Category and Fund 

89,905,091.00 $ 89,896,756.78 $ 
8,428,100.00 7,701,734.24 



98,333,191.00 

453,700.00 
157,700.00 
611,400.00 



97,598,491.02 

434,315.52 
150,964.90 
585,280.42 



8,334.22 $ 3,218,527.70 
726,365.76 3,632,636.87 



734,699.98 

19,384.48 
6,735.10 



26,119.58 



6,851,164.57 

2,129.89 
30,380.65 
32,510.54 



358 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY (Continued) 



Summary by Category and Fund (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Permanent Improvements : 
General Revenue Fund 785,972.29 450,828.28 335,144.01 110,441.03 

Refunds: 
Southern Illinois University 
Income Fund 363,000.00 355,896.78 7,103.22 28,538.75 

Total, Southern Illinois 
University $ 100,093,563.29 $ 98,990,496.50 $ 1,103,066.79 $ 7,022,654.89 

General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 

Regular Positions $ 64,661,114.00 $ 64,661,114.00 .00 $ -722.13 

Contribution Universities 

Retirement System 2,856,200.00 2,856,200.00 .00 .00 

Contractual Services 9,559,000.00 9,558,900.25 99.75 1,385,686.19 

Fire Protection 109,172.00 109,172.00 .00 .00 

Travel 795,800.00 788,541.04 7,258.96 91,614.28 

Rental Payments to the Il- 
linois Building Authority. . . 3,468,105.00 3,468,105.00 .00 .00 

Commodities 3,412,500.00 3,411,524.49 975.51 239,197.78 

Equipment 3,327,900.00 3,327,900.00 .00 1,298,683.00 

Telecommunications Services.. 1,058,600.00 1,058,600.00 .00 100,977.07 
Operation Automotive 

Equipment 531,700.00 531,700.00 .00 3,306.00 

Ordinary & Contingent Ex- 
penses Southern Illinois 

Collegiate Common Market.... 25,000.00 25,000.00 .00 .00 
Beef Evaluation Station at 

the Carbondale Campus 100,000.00 100,000.00 .00 99,785.51 

Total $ 89,905,091.00 $ 89,896,756.78 $ 8,334.22 $ 3,218,527.70 

General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards & Grants 

Awards & Grants $ 390,700.00 $ 390,700.00 .00 .00 

Student Loan Matching Funds... 63,000.00 43,615.52 $ 19,384.48 $ 2,129.89 

Tot al $ 453,700.00 $ 434,315.52 $ 19,384.48 $ 2,129.89 

General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 

Springfield Medical Center, 
Completion Group I Medical 
Facilities, Reappr. from FY74 $ 83,925.29 $ 70,871.96 $ 13,053.33 $ 27,823.02 



n 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY (Continued) 



359 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Carbondale Campus, Equipping 
Faner Building 

Edwardsville Campus, Remodel- 
ing & Rehabilitation 

Edwardsville Campus, Remod- 
eling & Rehabilitation 
Leased Facilities East 
St . Louis 

Edwardsville Campus, Equip- 
ping New Classroom Buildings. 

Carbondale Campus, Installa- 
tion of Equipment, Tech- 
nology Building 

Carbondale Campus, New Roof 
Life Science Building 

Carbondale Campus, Completion 
of Faner Hall 

Carbondale Campus, Completion 
of Technical Careers Building 

Carbondale Campus, Remodeling 
Rehabilitation, Modification 
and Improvements, Reappr. 
from FY 1973 

Carbondale Campus, Remodeling, 
Rehabilitation, Modification 
and Improvements, Reappr. 
from FY 74 

Edwardsville Campus, Site 
Development, Reappr. from FY70 

Edwardsville Campus, Remodel- 
ing, Rehabilitation, Modifi- 
cation & Improvements , 
Reappr. from FY 73 

Total 

Regular Positions 

Contractual Services 

Contractual Services 

Contractual Services, Working 

Cash Fund Liquidation 

Travel 

Commodities 

Commodities 

Commodities, Working Cash 

Fund Liquidation 

Equipment 

Equipment, Working Cash Fund 

Liquidation 

Telecommunications Services.. 





40,000.00 




27,128.89 


12,871.11 


.00 




60,000.00 




11,345.42 


48,654.58 


.00 




125,000.00 




5,534.35 


119,465.65 


.00 




25,000.00 




.00 


25,000.00 


.00 




104,000.00 




20,728.34 


83,271.66 


8,084.29 




25,000.00 




25,000.00 


.00 


25,000.00 




40,000.00 




15,248.23 


24,751.77 


.00 




8,000.00 




.00 


8,000.00 


.00 




136,739.20 




136,739.20 


.00 


8,871.00 




35,000.00 




35,000.00 


.00 


3,572.40 


) 


64,656.80 




64,656.80 


.00 


24,656.04 




38,651.00 




38,575.09 


75.91 


12,434.28 


$ 


785,972.29 


$ 


450,828.28 $ 


335,144.01 $ 


110,441.03 




General Operations 

Southern Illinois University 

Income Fund 

Operations 






$ 


5,565,700.00 
726,900.00 
137,000.00 


$ 


5,013,057.22 $ 
669,371.32 
137,000.00 


552,642.78 $ 
57,528.68 
.00 


2,031,274.67 
651,324.14 
137,000.00 




225,000.00 

47,300.00 

398,100.00 

309,000.00 




225,000.00 

2,995.77 

398,000.20 

309,000.00 


.00 

44,304.23 

99.80 

.00 


.00 

2,995.77 

123,375.15 

309,000.00 




125,000.00 
334,200.00 




125,000.00 
272,939.08 


.00 
61,260.92 


.00 
270,224.04 




400,000.00 
76,200.00 




400,000.00 
76,200.00 


.00 
.00 


.00 
39,058.66 



360 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY (Concluded) 



General Operations 

Southern Illinois University 

Income Fund 

Operations (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Operation Automotive 
Equipment 83,700.00 73,170.65 

Total $ 8,428,100.00 $ 7,701,734.24 

General Operations 

Southern Illinois University 

Income Fund 

Awards & Grants 

Awards & Grants $ 157,700.00 $ 150,964.90 

General ( 

Southern Illit 

Incoi 

Rei 

Refunds $ 363,000.00 $ 355,896.78 



General Operations 

Southern Illinois University 

Income Fund 

Refunds 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



10,529.35 



68,384.44 



726,365.76 $ 3,632,636.87 



6,735.10 $ 



7,103.22 $ 



30,380.65 



28,538.75 



********************* 



UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS 

Summary by Category and Fund 

APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

General Revenue Fund $ 207,615,645.00 $ 207,503,077.50 $ 

University Income Fund 25,438,000.00 25,334,168.09 

Agricultural Premium Fund .. . 1,625,000.00 1,624,999.61 _ 

Total, Operations 234,678,645.00 234,462,245.20 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue Fund 3,714,000.00 3,714,000.00 

University Income Fund 1,030,300.00 1,020,628.25 

Agricultural Premium Fund... 475,000.00 475,000.00 

Total, Awards and Grants 5,219,300.00 5,209,628.25 

Permanent Improvements : 

General Revenue Fund 2,494,948.58 865,280.68 

Refunds: 
University Income Fund 608,100.00 608,100.00 _ 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 243,000,993.58 $ 241,145,254.13 $ 

NON- APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 

Morrill Trust Fund Non-Approp . 275,516.00 _ 

Total, University of Illinois. $ 243,000,993.58 $ 241,420,770.13 $ 



112,567.50 $ 4,534,083.96 
103,831.91 6,779,249.62 
.39 47,118.41 



216,399.80 11,360,451.99 



.00 1,041,968.14 

9,671.75 31,916.27 

.00 .00 



9,671.75 1,073,884.41 
1,629,667.90 -2,698.06 
.00 82,636.33 



1,855,739.45 $ 12,514,274.67 



151,876.64 



1,855,739.45 $ 12,666,151.31 



TABLE V (Continued) 
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS (Continued) 

General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



361 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Regular Positions $ 

Contributions University 

Retirement System 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Rental Payments to IBA 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services.. 

Total $ 



159,966,700.00 $ 159,935,649.39 $ 



31,050.61 $ 1,456,190.23 



12,601,400.00 
12,409,000.00 
477,800.00 
9,335,645.00 
7,885,900.00 
2,355,600.00 
1,682,300.00 



12,601,400.00 
12,407,136.31 
475,822.70 
9,335,645.00 
7,847,010.25 
2,350,719.85 
1,682,300.00 



206,714,345.00 $ 206,635,683.50 

General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements 





.00 


232,936.54 


1 


863.69 


1,711,566.20 


1 


,977.30 


49,471.51 




.00 


.00 


38 


889.75 


650,996.43 


4 


880.15 


316,679.32 




.00 


83,933.22 


78 


,661.50 $ 4,501,773.45 



Peoria School of Medicine, 
Costs in Connection with 
CDB Financed Construction. ... $ 

Rockford School of Medicine, 
Costs in Connection with CDB 
Financed Construction 

Medical Science Building, 
Costs in Connections with 
CDB Financed Construction.... 

Veterinary Medicine Hospital, 
Costs in Connection with CDB 
Financed Construction 

Veterinary Medicine Feed and 
Storage Building, Costs in 
Connection with CDB Financed 
Construction 

Speech and Hearing Clinic, 
Costs in Connection with CDB 
Financed Construction 

Remodeling & Rehabilitation, 
Roosevelt Road Building 

Remodeling & Rehabilitation, 
Rockford School of Medicine.. 

Remodeling & Rehabilitation, 
3rd Floor, SUDMP 

Remodeling & Rehabilitation, 
Architecture Building 

Remodeling & Rehabilitation, 
Commerce West Building 

Equipment, Dentistry Phase II. 

Equipment, Rockford School 
of Medicine 

Equipment, Veterinary Medicine 
Hospital 

Equipment, Medical Sciences 
Building 

Permanent Improvements, 
Including Preliminary Studies 
and Plans, Reapprop. from FY71 



1,500.00 

1,000.00 
64,900.00 $ 
70,500.00 



,00 



.00 



9,763.54 



00 



1,500.00 

1,000.00 

55,136.46 

70,500.00 



5,400.00 




.00 


5,400.00 


27,000.00 


13 


548.07 


13,451.93 


47,000.00 




.00 


47,000.00 


19,800.00 




.00 


19,800.00 


12,000.00 




.00 


12,000.00 


37,500.00 




.00 


37,500.00 


36,000.00 


24 


875.08 


11,124.92 


99,800.00 




.00 


99,800.00 


65,800.00 




.00 


65,800.00 


49,600.00 




.00 


49,600.00 


96,000.00 


45 


167.56 


50,832.44 


259,459.05 


193 


961.49 


65,497.56 



.00 
.00 
.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 
.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 

.00 



362 



TABLE V (Continued) 
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS (Continued) 



General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Permanent Improvements (Concluded) 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Equipment, Reapprop. from FY73 

Land, Reapprop. from FY70 

Construction of Buildings De- 
clared to be in the Public 
Interest Reapprop. from FY73. 

Remodeling and Rehabilitation 
of Existing Building with 
fixed Equipment Installed, 
Reapprop. from FY 73 

Preliminary Studies, Plans 
and Specifications for the 
Construction of Future 
Buildings, Reapprop. from FY72 

Site Development & Improvement 
to Grounds, Including Walk- 
ways, Streets & Lighting, 
Reapprop. from FY 73 

Expansion and Extension of the 
Utilities Distribution System 
Reapprop . from FY73 

Total $ 



377,600.00 70,528.13 

143,796.00 143,796.00 



342,900.00 114,176.21 



224,800.00 



31,000.00 



391,700.00 



89,893.53 



111,448.41 



15,717.13 



62,038.89 



60,260.17 



307 


071 


87 
00 


228 


723 


79 


113 


,351 


.59 



15,282.87 



329,661.11 



29,633.36 



■1,815.12 



.00 



2,494,948.58 $ 



865,280.68 $ 1,629,667.90 $ -2,698.06 



General Operations 

University Income Fund 

Operations 



Personal Services 
Regular Positions $ 

Personal Services, Regular 
Positions, Working Cash and 
Stores & Services Funds 
Liquidation 

Contractual Services 

Contractual Services, Working 
Cash and Stores & Services 
Funds Liquidation 

Travel 

Commodities 

Equipment 

Equipment, Working Cash and 
Stores & Services Funds 
Liquidation 

Telecommunications Services. . . 

Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total $ 



15,500,400.00 $ 15,492,584.18 



745,000.00 
4,474,800.00 



85,000.00 

469,600.00 

1,393,500.00 

1,045,000.00 



670,000.00 
670,000.00 
384,700.00 



745,000.00 
4,467,527.90 



85,000.00 

469,537.07 

1,318,799.41 

1,034,973.67 



670,000.00 
668,218.07 
382,527.79 



25,438,000.00 $ 25,334,168.09 

General Operations 

University Income Fund 

Awards and Grants 



7,815.82 $ 3,870,970.13 



.00 .00 

7,272.10 896,030.50 



.00 

62.93 

74,700.59 

10,026.33 



.00 
1,781.93 
2,172.21 



.00 

63,340.24 

1,043,695.79 

627,996.87 



534.07 

227,607.06 

49,074.96 



103,831.91 $ 6,779,249.62 



Awards and Grants $ 



685,300.00 $ 



676,087.29 



9,212.71 $ 



18,622.40 



TABLE V (Continued) 
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS (Continued) 

General Operations 

University Income Fund 

Awards and Grants (Concluded) 



363 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Claims Under Workmens 

Compensation & Occupational 

Disease Acts and Other 

Statutes and Tort Claims 145,000.00 144,978.77 

Matching Funds Under Student 

Loan Programs 200,000.00 199,562.19 

Total $ 1,030,300.00 $ 1,020,628.25 



21.23 6,662.87 
437.81 6,631.00 



9,671.75 $ 



31,916.27 



General Operations 

University Income Fund 

Refunds 



Refunds. 



608,100.00 $ 



608,100.00 



.00 $ 



82,636.33 



General Operations 

Agricultural Premium Fund 

Operations 



Personal Services 

Regular Positions $ 

Contribution University 

Retirement System 

Travel _ 

Total $ 



1,359,000.00 $ 



144,500.00 
121,500.00 



1,359,000.00 



144,500.00 
121,499.61 



1,625,000.00 $ 1,624,999.61 



.00 $ 



39 $ 



47,118.41 



General Operations 

Agricultural Premium Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Support of the Cooperative 
Extension Service Programs 
in Various Counties 



475,000.00 $ 



475,000.00 



,00 



00 



General Operations 

Morrill Trust Fund 

Operations 



Expenses, 



Non-Approp. 



275,516.00 



00 $ 151,876.64 



Services for Crippled Children 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Regular Positions $ 801,900.00 $ 767,994.00 

Contractual Services 51,200.00 51,200.00 

Travel 8,200.00 8,200.00 

Commodities 11,500.00 11,500.00 

Telecommunications Services.. 22,500.00 22,500.00 

Operation Automotive Equipment 6,000.00 6,000.00 

Total , $ 901,300.00 $ 867,394.00 



33,906.00 


$ 


32,310.51 


.00 




.00 


.00 




.00 


.00 




.00 


.00 




.00 


.00 




.00 


33,906.00 


$ 


32,310.51 



364 



TABLE V (Continued) 
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS (Concluded) 



Services for Crippled Children 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Artificial Appliances and 
Physical Examinations for 
Aided Persons $ 

Hospital and Medical Services. _ 



Total. 



335,000.00 $ 
3,379,000.00 



3,714,000.00 $ 



335,000.00 
3,, 379.000. 00 



3,714,000.00 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



.00 
$ 1,041,968.14 



.00 $ 1,041,968.14 



********************* 

ILLINOIS COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD 

Summary by Category and Fund 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue Fund $ 

Awards and Grants: 
General Revenue Fund _ 

Total, Appropriated Funds $ 

NON-APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
Junior College Board Fund... _ 

Total, Illinois Community 
College Board $ 

Regular Positions $ 

Contributions University 
Retirement System 

Contractual Services 

For Legal Expenses Incurred 
in Connection with the Admin, 
of Annexation, Detachment 
and New District Formation.. 

Travel 

Rental Payments to the Il- 
linois Building Authority... 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing. . . 

Telecommunications Services. . 

Statewide Community College 
Management Information 
System 



16,407,930.00 $ 16,405,785.00 $ 



89,186,600.00 



896,018.30 



105,594,530.00 $ 105,301,803.30 $ 



$ 



445,553.77 



105,594,530.00 $ 105,747,357.07 $ 

Central Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



351,455.00 $ 

14,800.00 
52,201.00 



18,220.00 
15,000.00 

12,607,110.00 

5,842.00 

256.00 

623.00 

46,700.00 

9,923.00 



12, 



351,432.52 

14,799.96 
52,200.07 



16,099.63 
14,999.68 

607,110.00 

5,841.41 

255.73 

623.00 

46,700.00 

9,923.00 



80,000.00 



2,145.00 $ 90,540.34 

290,581.70 18,349,884.90 
292,726.70 $ 18,440,425.24 



.00 $ 



150.54 



292,726.70 $ 18,440,575.78 



22.48 $ 



489.00 



.04 


.00 


.93 


3,035.80 


120.37 


16,099.63 


.32 


391.07 


.00 


.00 


.59 


28.00 


.27 


.00 


.00 


293.00 


.00 


764.06 


.00 


3,083.45 


.00 


31,437.98 



TABLE V (Continued) 
ILLINOIS COMMUNITY COLLECE BOARD (Concluded) 

Central Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations (concluded) 



365 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Ordinary and Contingent 
Expenses of the State 
Community College, East 
St. Louis 



Total. 



3,205,800.00 



3,205,800.00 



16,407,930.00 $ 16,405,785.00 

Central Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants 



.00 



34,918.35 



90,540.34 



Distribution as Initial 
Grants to Community College 
Districts $ 

Distribution as Flat Rate 
Grants for Instructional 
Programs 

For Distribution as Flat Rate 
Grants for Instructional Pro- 
grams to Community College 
Districts 

Distribution as Supplemental 
Grants to the Flat Rate Grant 

Supplemental Grants to the 
Flat Rate Grants to Community 
College Districts 

Distribution as Special Grants 
for Foundation Level Support. 

Special Grants for Foundation 
Level Support to Qualifying 
Community College Districts.. 

Distribution as Special Grants 
to Districts Maintaining a 
Community College for Public 
Service Activities 

Distribution as Special Grants 
to Districts Maintaining a 
Community College for Disad- 
vantaged Student Projects.... 

Distribution as Special 
Grants to Districts Main- 
taining Instructional Programs 
for Inmates 

Contributions to University 
Retirement System on Behalf 
of Community College Districts_ 



Total. 



300,000.00 $ 100,000.00 
67,392,000.00 67,392,000.00 



750,000.00 



1,400,000.00 



100,000.00 



750,000.00 



1,400,000.00 



100,000.00 



2,409,800.00 2,409,800.00 
89,186,600.00 $ 88,896,018.30 

Central Office 

Junior College Board Fund 

Operations 



200,000.00 .00 

.00 $ 7,737,135.39 



9,271,900.00 


9,247,533.15 


24,366.85 


9,247,533.15 


3,828,000.00 


3,825,384.05 


2,615.95 


356,988.01 


585,200.00 


521,621.69 


63,578.31 


521,621.69 


2,824,700.00 


2,824,700.00 


.00 


161,627.25 


325,000.00 


324,979.41 


20.59 


324,979.41 



00 



00 



.00 



,00 



.00 



.00 



00 



.00 



290,581.70 $ 18,349,884.90 



Expenses. 



Non-Approp. 



445,553.77 



.00 $ 



150.54 



366 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SCHOLARSHIP COMMISSION 

Summary by Category and Fund 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



APPROPRIATED FUNDS: 
Operations: 
General Revenue Fund $ 

Awards and Grants: 

General Revenue Fund 

Federal Student Incentive 
Trust Fund 

Total, Awards and Grants 

Total, Scholarship Commission. $ 



1,705,000.00 $ 1,686,670.77 $ 



70,780,000.00 

1,300,000.00 

72,080,000.00 



66,754,579.14 

1,136,537.50 

67,891,116.64 



73,785,000.00 $ 69,577,787.41 

General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



18,329.23 $ 



96,282.09 



4,025,420.86 10,905,046.33 
163,462.50 2,060.50 



4,188,883.36 10,907,106.83 
4,207,212.59 $ 11,003,388.92 



Personal Services 

Regular Positions 

Contribution, State Employee 

Retirement 

Contribution Social Security.. 

Contractual Services 

Contractual Services, Related 

to Collection Agencies 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Electronic Data Processing 

Telecommunications Services... 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 



$ 


789,400.00 


$ 


787,858.25 $ 


1,541.75 $ 


31,763.27 




50,600.00 




49,447.17 


1,152.83 


2,028.92 




38,200.00 




37,482.14 


717.86 


1,675.19 




329,700.00 




324,404.23 


5,295.77 


16,581.76 




8,000.00 




7,740.00 


260.00 


.00 




26,500.00 




22,828.11 


3,671.89 


2,417.12 




14,250.00 




14,021.95 


228.05 


1,652.01 




51,200.00 




51,187.02 


12.98 


1,671.37 




12,800.00 




12,755.24 


44.76 


1,425.00 




266,900.00 




266,862.91 


37.09 


9,796.66 




93,650.00 




92,449.97 


1,200.03 


24,251.54 




3,800.00 




3,044.55 


755.45 


632.09 


$ 


1,685,000.00 


$ 


1,670,081.54 $ 


14,918.46 $ 


93,894.93 




Genera! 


Operations 








General 


Revenue Fund 








Awards and 


Grants 







Distribution When Necessary 
for Uncollectable Guaranteed 
Loans $ 

Awards to Full-Time Students.. 

Awards to Half-Time Students.. 

Military Veterans Scholarships 

Language Grants to Students... 

Scholarships to Students who 
are Children of Firemen or 
Policemen 

Scholarships to Students who 
are Children of Correctional 
Officers Killed or Disabled 
in the Line of Duty 

Matching Grants to Illinois 
Public Universities to Sup- 
plement Scholarship Programs 
Established by Law 



4,500,000.00 $ 4,499,644.09 



58,170,000.00 

2,900,000.00 

4,650,000.00 

300,000.00 



25,000.00 



10,000.00 



200,000.00 



55,927,116.09 

1,339,505.20 

4,649,990.14 

117,991.70 



3,217.50 



.00 



199,997.87 



355.91 

2,242,883.91 

1,560,494.80 

9.86 

182,008.30 



21,782.50 



10,000.00 



$ 9 



.00 

814,370.43 

168,311.68 

855,648.20 

42,089.45 



.00 



2.13 



16,637.87 



TABLE V (Continued) 
SCHOLARSHIP COMMISSION (Continued) 

General Operations 

General Revenue Fund 

Awards and Grants (Concluded) 



367 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 
September 30, 
1975) 



Scholarships to Students who 
are Children of Persons 
Missing in Action of Pris- 
oner of War 



Total. 



25,000.00 



17,116.55 



7,883.45 



7,988.70 



$ 70,780,000.00 $ 66,754,579.14 $ 4,025,420.86 $ 10,905,046.33 



General Operations 

Federal Student Incentive Trust Fund 

Awards and Grants 



Scholarship Grants to Under- 
Graduate Students 



1,300,000.00 $ 1,136,537.50 $ 



163,462.50 $ 2,060.50 



Direct Loan Program Study 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Personal Services 

Regular Positions $ 12,000.00 $ 11,780.87 

Contribution, State Employee 

Retirement 752.00 751.08 

Contribution Social Security.. 800.00 515.53 

Contractual Services 1,998.00 .00 

Travel 2,700.00 2,688.55 

Commodities 1,000.00 253.20 

Telecommunications Services... 750.00 600.00 

Total $ 20,000.00 $ 16,589.23 



219.13 $ 

.92 

284.47 

,998.00 

11.45 

746.80 

150.00 



1,276.67 

80.49 

16.80 

.00 

160.00 

253.20 

600.00 



3,410.77 $ 



2,387.16 



********************* 

UNIVERSITIES RETIREMENT SYSTEM 

General Office 

State Pensions Fund 

Operations 



Contribution to the State 
University Retirement 
System to Reduce the Accrued 
Actuarial Reserve Deficiency. $ 



159,200.00 $ 



159,200.00 



,00 



.00 



********************** 



368 



TABLE V (Concluded) 
UNIVERSITIES CIVIL SERVICE MERIT BOARD 



General Office 

General Revenue Fund 

Operations 



Appropriated for 



Appropriations 
(Net after 
Transfers) 



Expenditures 

(Including Lapse 

Period) 



Amounts 

Lapsed at 

September 30, 

1975 



Lapse Period 
Expenditures 

(July 1 to 

September 30, 

1975) 



Personal Services 

Regular Positions $ 

Contribution to the University 

Retirement System 

Contractual Services 

Travel 

Commodities 

Printing 

Equipment 

Telecommunications Services . . . 
Operation Automotive Equipment 

Total 



$ 


291,300.00 


$ 


286,182.32 


$ 


5,117.68 $ 


4,680.00 




15,700.00 




15,700.00 




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65,800.00 




62,989.90 




2,810.10 


8,264.17 




5,000.00 




4,692.45 




307.55 


386.64 




4,900.00 




4,613.78 




286.22 


746.91 




4,000.00 




3,102.17 




897.83 


222.12 




400.00 




282.92 




117.08 


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4,000.00 




3,795.00 




205.00 


640.37 




700.00 




469.09 




230.91 


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$ 


391,800.00 


$ 


381,827.63 


$ 


9,972.37 $ 


14,940.21 



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APPROPRIATED FUNDS 



369 



Summary of Expenditures 

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